Low Back Pain study
Do you or a loved one suffer from chronic lower back pain?

Chronic lower back pain affects many people all over the world. If you, or a loved one, are suffering from back pain, you may be interested in participating in a research study.
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Asthma Study for People Over the Age of 18
You may be able to take part in the study.

This clinical research study is looking at the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication for people with asthma.
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Help create a healthier future

Patients with a moderate to severe diagnosis.

We are looking for volunteers with Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to participate in a clinical trial.
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Finding cures depends on you

PILLAR Overactive Bladder Study
Overactive Bladder (OAB) is a frequent condition affecting older adults.

OAB related urinary incontinence has been associated with other health related problems in seniors.
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Volunteer and make a difference

Migraine Research Study
Local doctors are conducting a research study on migraines.

If you or a loved one experiences migraines, you may be interested in participating in this study.
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Become a Medical Hero

Canadian Health & Wellness News

Why Join A Study?

    There are various reasons for participating in a clinical research study:

    • to try an investigational medication which may not otherwise be available for a medical condition
    • to learn more about your medical condition and receive additional study-related medical attention
    • to learn more about the clinical research process
    • to contribute to a greater understanding of a medical condition and its potential future treatment for the benefit of others


  • “The clinical trial I participated in was a very rewarding experience. The drug I was trialing was a positive for my condition. My provider of the study was very knowledgeable and extremely helpful. My appointments were always on time and conducted with the utmost care. A job well done!”

    – Woodstock, Ontario

  • “I have participated in many asthma studies….You really feel like they [study staff] care about your health and they are there to provide support and suggestions regarding your health such as new drugs that may help you down the road. That is why I participate in these studies because I am always looking to improve my health.”

    – Newmarket, Ontario

  • “I was very fortunate to participate in a clinical trial, not only because I have benefited from a new cholesterol-reducing drug, but also because the relationship with the doctor’s office that developed out of the trial led to the early detection and treatment of a heart condition that might otherwise have been fatal in a few years….”

    – Woodstock, Ontario

Please note that these testimonials describe the experiences of a few study participants and may not accurately describe your experience.

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