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Crohn's Disease often causes frequent or recurring diarrhea, fatigue, abdominal pain or cramping, and more. As a chronic disease, Crohn's can unpredictably flare up and cause stressful symptoms in patients. Unfortunately, current treatments may not work for all patients with Crohn's. A new research study is enrolling now.
Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is an inflammatory bowel disease that causes swelling and sores to develop inside the colon (large intestine). If you have UC, you may have stomach pain and cramping, an increase in urgent bowel movements, and see blood in your stool, on toilet tissue or in the toilet bowl.
Tired of planning your life around bathrooms? Consider enrolling in a UC clinical research study evaluating medications that are not available from your regular doctor.
Cluster Headaches are a rare and extremely painful kind of headache that usually occur on one side of the head and around the eye. Symptoms include intense pain, described as “searing” or “stabbing”, that may move to other areas around the eye, tearing or redness of the eye, a stuffy or runny nose and swelling around the affected area. Sufferers of Cluster Headaches describe them more as “attacks” since they can come on very suddenly and be severely painful. More males suffer with these painful headaches, while more females suffer with migraine headaches. Right now, doctors are looking for people with Cluster Headaches to volunteer for local research studies.
Because diet, exercise, and current diabetes medications don’t work for everyone, doctors are studying new potential treatments they hope may better control symptoms of diabetes. Right now, doctors are looking for people to participate in local diabetes research studies. If you know someone who is age 18-75 and suffers from diabetes that is not controlled on diet and exercise alone, this study may help.