World Class Tampa FL Medical Treatment With No Insurance Needed Through Clinical Trials From CRWF
Clinical Research of West Florida is enrolling participants for new research studies. Residents suffering from COPD, lupus, diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis can apply for medical care. CRWF offers qualified patients in Tampa, St Petersburg, and Clearwater world-class medical care, with no fees or insurance needed.
October 22, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – A Tampa, Florida based clinical research center has launched a search for people suffering from COPD, lupus, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Clinical Research of West Florida can offer qualified patients in Tampa, St Petersburg and Clearwater cutting-edge medical care, with no fees or medical insurance needed.
More information can be found at: crwf.com.
Clinical Research of West Florida (CRWF) has four trials ongoing today, investigating and evaluating new medications, procedures and/or devices for COPD, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. CRWF is looking for study participants that have been diagnosed with any of these diseases for its cutting-edge research.
CRWF is the future of medicine in Tampa Bay, and has been providing medical care at no cost for more than 20 years. It has a world class facility with the best doctors, staff and administrators in the industry.
Clinical Research of West Florida is on the cutting-edge of research, consistently finding new ways to prevent and treat a wide range of medical conditions for people. For local residents looking for medical care for COPD, lupus, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis, there are a number of benefits to taking part in the studies.
The advantages of enrolling for treatment at CRWF include minimal to no waiting times in comparison to other forms of healthcare. There are private, quiet treatment rooms, and there is no need for patients to have health coverage in order to enroll in a study. In addition to this, patients may receive all study related medication and assessments at no cost.
Compensation may be provided for time and travel to the state-of-the-art research center and there is comprehensive, industry-leading medical care provided for the condition being studied. Participants will not just be helping themselves by participating in a study , they will also be helping others by contributing to medical research.
A recent participant said: â€œPrior to starting, the full study was thoroughly explained. The staff was always very competent and friendly on every visit . They worked with me on scheduling to insure no inconvenience.â€
Symptoms for COPD include shortness of breath and wheezing, as well as a chronic cough. Symptoms for Lupus might include fatigue, muscle pain, and light sensitivity. Diabetes sufferers may experience excessive thirst or hunger, fatigue or blurred vision, while those with rheumatoid arthritis may experience painful swelling in their joints.
Tampa Bay residents suffering from these symptoms are encouraged to get in touch with Clinical Research of West Florida through the URL above.
In 1994, hospitals and academic centers were the primary locations for research on new medications. It was during this time that Lynne Merriam had an idea. An idea about a private, family owned business whose only job was to conduct research studies for new medicines.
In 1994, after establishing her business model, Merriam and two local physicians formed Gulf Coast Clinical Associates. In 1995, she decided to purchase and rename the company to Clinical Research of West Florida. A few months later, the physicians returned to their private practices and Merriam brought in step-daughter, Sara McGilvary. Together, they laid the foundation for what has become a thriving business.
Over the past 20 years, CRWF has reached over 10,000 patients and successfully conducted over 1,000 Phase I-IV research studies. The company’s model of a private research-only company has become wide-spread throughout America. CRWF’s founders are proud to be one of the first and one of the best in quality of performance and most importantly, in patient satisfaction.