Help Us and Yourself End Your Hives (Urticaria)

Participate in a Clinical Trial
in Birmingham

Earn Up to $1600

Help May Be Here to Help Your Hives Disappear

Experiencing, spontaneous itching and burning on your skin? Redness and hives? Does this sound familiar? Have you been diagnosed with chronic spontaneous urticaria (hives)?
 We are looking for participants for a clinical trial on chronic spontaneous urticaria.


Possible Symptoms and Effects

We are looking for participants in our clinical study who experience these symptoms. We could help alleviate your symptoms and provide a better understanding of your condition and potential treatment options.

You will receive comprehensive, study-related treatment from our specialist doctors. 

Call Today to see if you qualify or fill out the form below.
Space is limited and you can earn up to $1600

No Insurance or proof of citizenship is required.

Eligibility Criteria

Check here to see if you may be eligible for the chronic spontaneous hives study. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
You are eligible if you:

Signing Up is Simple and Beneficial

Cahaba Clinical Research needs good, reliable participants like you for our chronic hives study, so that advanced investigational medicines can be developed and introduced for public use. Look how easy we make it for you to join our team.

Here is all that’s required:

1. Fill Out the Short Form

You will be asked to answer a few basic questions.

2. Receive Our Phone Call

One of our recruiters will call you to discuss your specific skin condition.

3. Come in for an Appointment

At this in-person meeting, we will determine whether you qualify.

4. Join Our Clinical Study

You and your co-volunteers will receive innovative treatments and more.

5. Receive Generous Compensation

For your important participation, you will be well compensated.


You Help Advance Science, We Help You

If you have been suffering from chronic hives and nothing seems to be working to end your suffering this clinical trial might be the answer. Below are just a few of the benefits of participating in this trial: