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Research Clinic In Miami Offers Participants Cutting Edge Treatments

Research Clinic In Miami Offers Participants Cutting Edge Treatments

Fri Nov 9, 2018 - 10:45am UTC

Miami research clinic offers opportunities for participation in industry-leading clinical research. The advanced medical studies are dedicated to improving care and the quality of life.

Miami FL – November 9, 2018

Miami Clinical Research and Carlos Carus are pleased to announce that their medical programs are designed to provide valuable research and cutting-edge treatment programs. Individuals are paid to participate in any of a range of studies. Participants who are looking for access to the latest cures and treatments and like the idea of free medical care should contact the company. The team of research professionals will help find the right research program.

A spokesperson for the firm explained, “If you want to get paid for research studies, we are a group of healthcare professionals that endeavor to enhance the quality of health and wellness through medical research. Joining is easy! Just contact us to see what is available. If there is a study suitable and appears to be a match, we will continue to the next phase.

“Along with the screening”, he continued, “a visit to the research facility for a complimentary physical assessment is required. In this part of the process, you may ask or discuss any questions you may have. If you are an eligible candidate and appear to be satisfied with the conditions that come with the study, participation in the clinical research study can begin.”

There are several potential benefits which come with participation in cutting-edge treatment programs. Those in a study may have the opportunity to be first to benefit from treatments which can be more effective than the standard approach. Participants gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available. They have the opportunity to help the community by contributing to medical research. All participants now have Uber Business® Services, which includes free of charge pick-ups and drop-offs.

Carlos and the team at Miami Clinical Research only work with certified doctors and pharmaceutical companies. Through their studies, they strive to bridge the gap between difficult to find treatments and access to new medications while allowing participants to earn excellent compensation packages.

Contact Info:
Name: Carlos Carus
Organization: Miami Clinical Research
Address: 7371 SW 24th Street. Miami FL 33155
Phone: (305) 433-6496

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