Colorectal Neoplasia Clinical Trials

Are you scheduled to undergo a diagnostic colonoscopy? Colorectal neoplasia is relatively common and can be diagnosed using screening tests like colonoscopies. This is not a disease which produces many noticeable symptoms if any. However, if you have experienced any rectal bleeding or lower abdominal pain, then it could be suggestive of this medical condition. If that applies to you, then you could qualify for a colorectal neoplasia clinical trial in Port Orange, FL.

Image showing colorectal cancer's effect on the digestive system

Colorectal neoplasia may not produce any noticeable symptoms

Our dedicated staff is looking for research volunteers in the local area and we’d be happy to talk to you if you have any questions about our clinical studies. If you’d like to see if you qualify for this clinical trial, then please fill out the form to the right or give us a call at (386) 760-7353.

Criteria for Study Eligibility

  • Looking for people who have been clinically diagnosed with colorectal neoplasia
  • Volunteers will be required to provide a signed informed consent form
  • Volunteers must be willing to comply with approved scheduled visits, treatment plan, laboratory tests, and other study procedures
  • Health insurance is not required to participate in a clinical trial

Compensation for Participation

Applicants should be aware that all study-related care including any necessary health screenings and prescribed medications will be provided to them free of charge. Our clinic will also compensate research volunteers for their time and any travel expenses incurred during the clinical trial period.

Colorectal Cancer Signs & Symptoms

As mentioned earlier, colorectal cancers don’t produce noticeable symptoms during it’s earliest stages. This is why screening tests are so important, especially if you are over the age of 50. Symptoms associated with colorectal cancer can vary depending on the location in the intestine and how far the disease has progressed. The most common symptoms include:

  • Changes in normal bowel habits
  • Persistent adnominal pain, discomfort and cramps
  • Rectal bleeding and blood in the stool
  • Abnormal levels of fatigue
  • A feeling that your bowel doesn’t empty completely

Please Note: A member of our dedicated staff will be available during office hours if you have any questions about this colorectal neoplasia clinical trial or any of our other paid studies. Feel free to give us a call at (386) 760-7353.