Clinical Trials That Columbus Clinical Services Are Currently Enrolling

We are currently enrolling patients in a clinical trial for Chronic Constipation. What is constipation? People who have less that 3 bowel movements a week have constipation. If the constipation lasts 3 or more months, it is considered chronic. Most people have a bowel once a day, but is not abnormal if  skipped a day or two. Symptoms of constipation may be hard stools, causing straining to pass. Many people don’t consider chronic constipation serious and don’t seek treatment. It is not necessary to suffer from symptoms of constipation. A study on a new drug for chronic constipation is being conducted at Columbus Clinical Services. Patients who qualify will receive medical care and the study drug at no cost. Compensation for time and travel will be paid.

We are currently enrolling patients in a study for Asthma. What is asthma? It is a common disorder that causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways, causing shortening of breath, chest tightness, cough and wheezing. Although severe cases may result in death, most patients will respond well to treatment. Columbus Clinical Services is enrolling patients in a study comparing 2 marketed medications to evaluate any negative outcomes. Patients who qualify will receive medical care and medication at no cost and will receive compensation for time and travel.

Columbus Clinical Services will be enrolling patients in new studies on pain, ankle sprain, diabetes, HIV and Hepatitis C. Patients who sign up on the Columbus Clinical Services website, will be notified of enrolling and upcoming studies.