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Diabetes Clinical Trials - Part 3 of 3: Risks and Rewards

In parts one and two of our three part series, we looked at the role clinical trials played in diabetes research and what to...

Diabetes Clinical Trials - Part 2 of 3: What to Know Before You Go
In part 1 of our 3 part series, we looked at the role of clinical trials in diabetes research. Now we will explore key...
Diabetes Clinical Trials - Part 1 of 3: What are Clinical Trials?

In this three part series on diabetic clinical trials we will look at what the current diabetic clinical trials are focused...

Dealing With Diabetes: Improved Visits With Your Doctor

Diabetics often have a limited amount of time with their doctors, so it’s important that they get as much as they can out of...

Managing Blood Sugar: What Are The Diabetes Monitoring Options?

Diabetes is a disease that touches many American lives. As of 2012, 9.3% of the American population had Type I or Type II...

Vaccine Overview: Dr. Soufer Recaps The 2015 World Vaccine Congress

Chase Medical Research’s own Dr. Joseph Soufer, MD, recently attended the 15th Annual World Vaccine Congress 2015 in...

Types of Migraines and Potential Migraine Treatments

Dr. Pooia Fattahi, a board certified neurologist in Waterbury, Connecticut, took some time to talk with us about migraine...

CMR’s Recap and Takeaways on the 18th Annual Dementia Education Conference in Connecticut

Cheryl Nickles, Patient Recruitment Coordinator at Chase Medical, recently attended the 18th Annual Dementia Education...

Dealing with Diabetes - A Video Interview with Dr. Joseph Soufer

Recently, we talked with our own Dr. Joseph Soufer on some of the challenges faced by diabetics today. This is the first in...

How to Know if a COPD Clinical Trial is Right For You

COPD clinical trials exist to find more safe, effective treatments for the condition. They allow patients to have access to...

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