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Clinical Studies – Medical Research Studies – Carrollton, TX*

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We offer several clinical studies at our family practice in Carrollton, TX. A clinical study is an organized medical research investigation that works to better understand medicine, a medical strategy, or device to determine its safety and efficiency on humans. Typically, a panel of medical professionals will lead and oversee the study. Individuals can volunteer to participate in the study as long as they meet the specific medical requirements. Family Medicine Associates of Texas is excited and proud to perform such studies to advance modern medicine. Our practice strives to become better and wants to approach medicine with an open mind. Medical research and data provide our board-certified physicians with more knowledge and understanding of complex medical issues.

Our Clinical Studies

All our clinical studies are optional but potential candidates must meet certain criteria to participate. The overall goal is to acquire medical data and knowledge to better improve care for humans around the globe. Modern medicine has come a long way but medical research is necessary to understand and identify areas of improvement for medical advancement. This enables physicians to provide safer health care for everyone.

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We are currently seeking volunteers to participate in the following studies at our Carrollton location:


 +Atopic Dermatitis

+ Low Testosterone (Males Only)

+Urinary Tract Infection (Females Only)

+Yeast Infection (Females Only)

We will be happy to discuss these medical studies with you in more detail and answer any questions you may have. If you wish to participate, visit ACRC Trials website for more information www.DFWstudy.com or call 469-535-7229.

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