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“Cerevel 002” Parkinson’s Disease Trial


  • Winter Park

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Why Participate?

Be part of something larger than yourself and help advance medicine for future generations. Also, you're condition may improve, and you'll get paid for your time.

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Shape Medicine's Future
Help shape future treatment and standard of care. Clinical trials are the beginning steps of new ways to treat disease. Medicine moves forward with new research.
Deepen Self-Understanding
Understand your condition better. Knowing your mind and your body can help you better understand yourself.
Lift All by Uplifting Yourself
Be part of something bigger than yourself. There’s an old proverb that says: “A rising tide lifts all boats.” By helping ourselves, we are helping others.
Be the First to Benefit
Gain access to treatments that are otherwise unavailable. Clinical trials give participants access to new potential medications and healthcare that isn’t available anywhere else. The first person cured of a disease will be in a clinical trial.
Help Non-Responders
Give hope to those who haven’t responded well to existing treatments. There will always be people whose bodies don’t respond to otherwise useful medicines. By helping to create new medicines, you give many people hope.

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