Our goal at is to help you stay informed with the latest news in clinical trial studies. In addition, we share how Chase Medical Research is staying ahead of the curve to bring you trials that may be beneficial to your current medical state.
feATURED event: webinar: Diabetes and clinical trials: Why participate?
Dr. Joseph Soufer, CEO and Medical Director at Chase Medical Research, will present a 30-minute webinar focusing on clinical trials for diabetes. During his presentation, you'll learn how clinical studies work, the benefits of participating, advancements in diabetes trials and more.
Featured trial: osteoarthritis of the knee
Did you know that one in two adults will develop osteoarthritis of the knee symptoms during their life?
Chase Medical Research is currently enrolling patients in a trial for osteoarthritis of the knee. If you suffer from moderate to severe OA of the knee and are between the ages of 40 to 80 years old, you may be eligible to participate in this study.
This trial is closing at the end of October. Select the button below to see if you might qualify for this paid research study.
|The American Diabetes Association found that Type II Diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, accounting for 90-95% of all diagnosed cases.|
CMR PROFESSIONAL SPOTLIGHT:
Adam B. Mayerson, MD, FACE a board-certified endocrinologist at Endocrine Associates of Connecticut, is currently working with Chase Medical Research as the Principal Investigator on several upcoming type 1 and type 2 diabetic clinical research trials at our Hamden site. Dr. Mayerson believes that the “optimal treatment of diabetes requires a team approach” and in this belief, he is “referring not only to the team of providers; but, in addition, to the collaboration and co-motivation of the patient and provider together”. If you are interested in learning more about the trials that Dr. Mayerson is participating on, click here.
diabetes information session
Date: Wednesday, October 25 at 10 am
Presenter: Janet Schaefer, a Certified Diabetic Educator. She holds a Master of Science degree in Nutrition and is an expert in nutrition, health, and wellness with a specialty in diabetes management.
free ebook: everything you need to know about clinical trials
Our free eBook will teach you more about clinical trials, their risks and their potential benefits. Learn how participating in a clinical trial may help improve your health and give you access to alternative treatment options, while contributing to the advancement of innovative medicines.