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Clinical Research Studies: All Women Win When You Participate

[fa icon="calendar'] April 11, 2017 / by Kathryn Cote posted in Participant Education

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While women comprise roughly half of the world’s population, historically they have only represented about 30 percent of clinical research study participants. If you are a woman living in Arizona, you can help shift this statistic in tangible, way—all because you decided to participate in a clinical research study!

It's True!  Women are Equal, but Different Biologically

Women are equal, but we now know that they are different, especially when it comes to matters of biology.  Women and men differ biologically when it comes to muscle fiber, blood flow, fat storage, and metabolism (to name a few) which in turn may influence the effectiveness of certain medications, dosages, or treatments.

A 2015 research study conducted by Northwestern neuroscientists found an inherent biological difference between males and females in the molecular regulation of synapses in the hippocampus.

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Can I Make Money Participating in Medical Research?  Yes!

[fa icon="calendar'] March 22, 2017 / by Deena Neste posted in Participant Education, Clinical Trials

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Participate in Medical Research Studies and Get Paid!

Participants are an integral part of clinical research studies and without them, medical advancements simply would not be possible.  At Physician's Research Group (PRG), we know your time is valuable, and we respect that. We provide you compensation for both your time and travel on every visit—including the initial visit—as long as you have signed an informed consent form (ICF).


Here's how our process works:  


All of our current clinical trials offer compensation to patients who meet the criteria for entrance into the research study.  And PRG provides medical study volunteers with compensation on the day of each visit—you don’t have to wait until the end of the study to get paid.


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Transparency in Paid Research Studies

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