I’ve talked about why I personally participate in medical research before. As a person with type 1 diabetes, I feel that I have the obligation to do what I can do to move toward a world without T1D as well as help those who are more scientifically inclined than I am to improve quality of life and treatment options for this disease.
I support research, beyond what I’m doing personally. Which is why I got involved with CureClick, which helps studies recruit participants.
You’ll notice a new box on the sidebar of my blog (at the bottom if you’re viewing on a mobile device). You can find studies related to your medical situation and see if you qualify to participate. Most of these studies provide so
me form of compensation.
Periodically, I’ll promote different studies on my social media channels as well as here to help them find the people that they need. Here are just a few studies that are currently recruiting:
Type 2 Diabetes Management Study is seeking people who live with type 2 diabetes, ages 18-75 to participate in an online only study. Find out more here: http://curec.lk/2bRD16p
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) clinical trial is currently recruiting participants to test the effectiveness of the chemotherapy drug chlorambucil. Learn more here: http://curec.lk/2cgX8Ky
Hypertension virtual trial is recruiting people 18+ who live with hypertension for a study that requires blood pressure readings. Read more here: http://curec.lk/2c4UI4b
Migraine relief trial is recruiting people 18-75 who suffer from from frequent migraines. See if you qualify http://curec.lk/2c4UI4b
There are a variety of types of research opportunities available, some that are simply survey based, use an app, want to track your data or actually test a treatment. I’d encourage you to be as involved in relevant medical research as you feel comfortable with.