The purpose of our study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a new medication for the treatment of juvenile diabetes. We are committed to ensuring the safety of all of our study patients and to contributing to the furtherance of innovation in the medical community.

You will return to the office for study visits in which we will assess the efficacy and safety of the medication. You will see a physician at every visit and will be compensated for you time.

Your responsibility will be to attend all study visits, to take the study medication as advised and to complete all study procedures as agreed.


Why do clinical trials exist?
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires that all prescription medications be evaluated for safety and efficacy before they are marketed to the public. Simply, before a new medication can be made available to patients, it must undergo extensive testing to ensure its ability to treat patients successfully. Clinical trials are part of of this testing process.

Why do people participate in clinical trials?
People participate in clinical trials for diabetes for many reasons. Many times, patients have tried all treatments that are currently available for diabetes but have found that they do not help with the symptoms and are looking for something new.
Sometimes patients participate to further medical research. They understand how important it is that new medications are available for diabetes and feel inspired to do their part.
Other times, a patient may not be able to afford the most current treatment available for their diabetes and clinical trial participation offers a research medication at no cost.

How can I get involved?
If you wish to participate in a study for juvenile diabetes, please contact Northwest Clinical Research Center by either completing the form or by calling our office at 425-453-0404. Our staff will be more than happy to give you more detailed information about the study and schedule you for a screening visit to meet with our doctors.