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1. High cholesterol

High cholesterol is common but can lead to serious health problems such as heart attack and stroke.
Are you living with high cholesterol?
If so, you may be interested in a local high cholesterol clinical trial.

2. Diabetes

Diabetes, is a disease with few symptoms, but potentially has many negative effects on the smaller branches of the blood vessels, eyes and kidneys.
Diabetes mellitus is a condition where your blood sugar levels are too high because the body cannot regulate levels properly. Insulin is a hormone produced by the
pancreas and that lowers blood sugar levels by helping sugar (glucose) enter your body cells and use it as an energy source.
Research is the only way to a better life for people with diabetes. (quote Diabetes Fund) In the coming years, more and more advanced ways of application will be developed. If you have diabetes and would like to take the opportunity to study to use a new product, do not hesitate to contact us when you fill in the entry form.

3. COPD.

Are you having trouble breathing?
Shortness of breath, chronic coughing or breathing difficulties.
COPD (= Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is more and more a growing problem. Preventive medication seems to be becoming a more important concern.

4. bones, joints and muscles

Knee pain ?, Osteoporosis ?, Arthritis ?, Lowback pain ?
Together, the bones, joints and muscles are your vehicle!

5. Miscellaneous diseases.

Over the years, our centres have performed more than 50 different types of diseases.
It would be too much to mention each study individually.
Hypertension.The heart pumps blood forcefully into the arteries. This creates pressure on the blood vessels: blood pressure. High blood pressure increases your risk of cardiovascular disease.
Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat is accumulated to the extent that it can have a negative effect on health, leading to impaired
life expectancy and/or increased health problems.
Gastrointestinal diseases
Gastritis, for example, this is an inflammation of the lining of the stomach. The most common symptom is pain in the upper abdomen. Other symptoms include nausea and vomiting, bloating, lack of appetite and heartburn.
Skin diseases
Do you have problems with your skin?
Dermatitis, lump?
The skin weighs an average of 4 kilograms (8.8 lb), has an area of 2 square metres.
It is the largest human organ.
Flu, take general flu for example, we all know how miserable we are when we have flu. There will be new intervention studies (that is when you already have the flu)
Vaccination investigations
Most recently, there was a vaccination study, which was used later that year to save many people during the Ebola crisis.
Pain studies
Micro-psychiatry, generalised anxiety disorder was one of our most successful studies, during this trial you saw patients' quality of life improve.

6. Lifestyle/nutrition

You are what you eat.

These studies are not about new drugs, but have to do with lifestyle and nutrition. Changing habits and support. Take care of your body, live healthier.
Exercise, smoking, weight management, for example.

If you are interested in participating in our surveys or would like more detailed information, please register with us.
We hope we can find a suitable study for you now or in the future.

Register here