Did anyone receive this in their email (Type 2 Diabetes Clinical Trials)

MAYS
By MAYS Latest Reply 2011-02-09 15:01:19 -0600
Started 2010-08-16 18:41:00 -0500

This email is being sent out from the Clinical Trials Connect Services.
A part of the Alliance Health Network (Parent of Diabetic Connect).

https://ols4.acuriantrials.com/welcome.do?met...

This link is to a questionnaire pertaining to Type 2 Diabetes Clinical Trials.
The online screening questionnaire helps determine your eligibility to participate in a clinical research study.

If you would rather complete the questionnaire via telephone, please call this number to speak with an operator (866-770-5215).

If you qualify, you will receive, at no cost the following:

-Study Medication
-Study Related Health Assessments
-Possible Reimbursement For Your Time and Travel

See if you qualify !

~Mays~


3 replies

Tracy Blue
Tracy Blue 2011-02-09 15:01:19 -0600 Report

It’s great that you’re exploring your treatment options. Some people are hesitant about participating in clinical trials, and some are more willing to try options that may not be available yet at their doctor's office.

I’m doing a survey to see how we can improve the conversations that you’re having online and the information you’re getting about your diabetes. If you have a few minutes, I would really appreciate your feedback on this survey. I work for a company that helps patients find research opportunities that may be appropriate for them.http://bit.ly/gbK4OL

judylynn4168
judylynn4168 2010-08-16 21:19:09 -0500 Report

I havent had any emails about this. i think if i did i woudent try i have a great doctor and i,m so happy she is my doc,. sometimes they are just a trap i dont know .so are you going to call the number?

MAYS
MAYS 2010-08-24 23:16:04 -0500 Report

Actually no.
Since I am the only parent that my son's have left, I am a little more protective of myself, for their sake.
Maybe as time passes and I am more comfortable with their growth, I'll begin to take part in clinical trials for the sake of future diabetics.

~Mays~