Without clinical trials, we wouldn’t have life-saving prescription drugs, vaccines, stents to open clogged arteries, or other medical advancements. People like you are essential in the search for cures for countless diseases. Clinical trials may also be used as an option to seek care for a medical condition such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or cancer. We appreciate your interest are excited to answer any questions and work with you as you consider our trials.
Powered and backed up by M&B Sciences, Neighborhood Trials helps people like you find clinicals of interest to you. We will be your central source to help link you to the right trial for you and provide you with information and 24/7 support via chat, phone, or email.
Healthcare Professionals benefit from a myriad of resources and support services to receive the best information and a diverse recruitment pool. We close the gap between you and the long patient recruitment process.
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We believe community and faith-based organizations play a critical role in improving the health and well-being of individuals living in their communities. Our community and faith-based partners support our community engagement and dissemination of fact-based information on clinical trials and the importance of considering clinical trials participation as an option of care. With a common goal of increased health equity and reductions in health disparities, our community and faith-based partners work to ensure individuals living and working in their communities are exposed to opportunities to participate in clinical trials.
By becoming a community partner, you are helping to create opportunities for individuals in your community to become aware of opportunities to participate in clinical trials close to them and helping individuals in your community access promising treatments that are often not available outside of a clinical trial setting.