28 Feb 2022
Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata Clinical Study

Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata Clinical Study

Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata Clinical Study

If you suffer from Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata and are looking for a new treatment, a Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata Clinical Study may be perfect for you. New treatments are emerging and the science around spotty hair loss is progressing, and you can be the first to take part in the newest cutting-edge treatments. Keep reading to learn more about the Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata Clinical Study happening now in Canoga Park and how to register today.

What is Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata?

According to the American Academy of Dermatology Association, there are three types of Alopecia. The type being treated in our clinical research study is Alopecia Areata, so it is important to understand which specific type of Alopecia you suffer from.

  • Alopecia Areata: Alopecia is the medical term for bald. Areata means patchy. This patchy baldness can develop anywhere on the body, including the scalp, beard area, eyebrows, eyelashes, armpits, inside your nose, or ears.
  • Alopecia Totalis: The person loses all hair on the scalp, so the scalp is completely bald.
  • Alopecia Universalis: The person loses all hair, leaving the entire body hairless. This is rare.

How Can I Qualify for the Clinical Study?

Study participants play the most important role in helping to get safe, effective drugs approved for public use. Due to this importance, we have made the steps of becoming a participant very simple. All you have to do is:

  1. Let us know you want to participate. Simply call ​​1-866-734-9877 or click here to fill out this form. All volunteers will be able to review the Informed Consent Form, and the program will be carefully explained by our professional medical team.
  2. Come in for a FREE Medical Exam. After speaking with you and assessing your particular medical situation, we will invite you into our clinic for a comprehensive and complementary physical exam.
  3. Participate. If you meet the physical guidelines of the study, you will be asked to participate. No insurance, social security number, or proof of citizenship is required. As a volunteer, you will earn as much as $2,000 for completing the study.

Who Conducts the Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata Clinical Study?

Our research clinic has extensive experience conducting Phase II through IV clinical trials with many leading pharmaceutical companies. The facility features multiple investigators with many years in clinical research and counts over 10,000 patients. Every member of the team offers a wealth of experience, a caring personality, and a commitment to ably serving the pharmaceutical industry, the community, and its patients. Our team of clinical research investigators brings many years of research experience working at UCLA and USC. They speak English, Spanish, Italian, and Farsi.

Here is what you can expect as a participant of the Spotty Hair Loss/Alopecia Areata Clinical Study:

  • Complimentary consultation and health exam
  • Complimentary study-related medicines
  • Meets all industry safety guidelines
  • FDA-Governed
  • HIPAA-compliant
  • Complimentary lab reports
  • Governed & monitored by a central ethics committee
  • Full confidentiality
  • Guaranteed compensation

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