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Acurian Health are looking for volunteers to help with an endometriosis research study which is looking into endometriosis and pain.
On their recruitment page they say - Those who qualify may receive:
Payment up to $1775, which varies by study
Study-related care at no cost from local doctors
Study medication at no cost
It appears the study may be about trying new treatments or pain medications to help with the pain of endometriosis. If you are open to trying new a treatment then taking part in the study may be an option.
The information from their research recruitment page states:
If you’ve been diagnosed with Endometriosis, you know the pain and discomfort it can cause, especially during your period. You may also experience pain during intercourse, with bowel movements or with urination. Some women also have excessive bleeding during or between periods, as well as fatigue, diarrhoea, constipation, bloating or nausea. These troublesome symptoms may interfere with your work, leisure activities and family life. If you haven’t found relief from current treatments, consider joining local women’s health studies on Endometriosis. Area doctors are testing study medications not available from your regular doctor, and you may be eligible to participate.
If the idea of trying a 'new drug' concerns you then it would be advised NOT to take part. They are not clear what the research is about but it IS probably about trying a new drug. Use common sense regarding trying new drugs and always talk to your GP about any treatment you are planning to use.
If you are interested you will find the details at:
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