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Dear colleagues,

Greetings for the Day!!!

We are honor to invite as a Speaker in the international quest “Global summit on Clinical Research and Biomarkers” (GSCRB-2017) which is during August 21-23, 2017 held at Dallas, USA.
To know more about the Conference: http://scientificfederation.com/clinical-research-2017/index.php

The main theme of GSCRB-2017 is “Latest Improvements in determining the future of Biomarkers”.
GSCRB-2017 is a scientific congregation which brings together researchers, scientists, key decision makers, and industry professionals in the same physical space for a brief yet intense period of discussion, collaboration, and addressing related problems in research.
Avail your interest by submitting your abstract to the following link:
http://scientificfederation.com/clinical-research-2017/abstract-submission.php
All the accepted abstracts will be published in the Conference book.
Look forward to you joining us in Dallas, USA…!!!
Best regards,
Soujanya
GSCRB-2017
Program Coordinator
E:[email protected]
P: +91-7799790001
I been in this research study for my RA for 7 most and I love love love this study drug wow I'm feeling amazing... Next visit in 3most...

www.mcrcdallas.com
8144 Walnut Hill Lane Suite 810 Dallas, TX 75231
214-424-0405
7:00am-5:00pm

Email - [email protected] Metroplex Clinical Research Center (MCRC) was founded in 1984 by Medical Directors Roy M.

Fleischmann and Stanley B. Cohen. Dr. Fleischmann and Dr. Cohen have 50 years combined clinical research experience and have completed over 1,000 Phase I - IV clinical trials. Although our primary research focus is rheumatology, we have experience in many therapeutic areas including:

-Rheumatoid Arthritis
-Osteoarthritis
-Lupus
-Osteoporosis
-Psoriatic Arthritis
-Ankylosing Spondylitis
-Vaccines

Operating as usual

07/09/2020

A clinical research study is currently underway investigating a new medication for people who are living with Lupus.

Those between the ages of 18-75, who have been diagnosed by a Rheumatologist may be eligible to particpate in this research study.

Insurance is not required. Qualified particpants will receive study related medication and care at NO COST. Compensation for time and travel may be available.

Call us today, we can be reached @214-424-0405
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.

07/09/2020

A clinical research study for patients with Osteoarthritis of the KNEE is now enrolling.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knee, you may qualify for study realted care atg no cost.

Learn more today and see if you qualify!

We can be reached @214-424-0405
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.

02/21/2020

Currently, a clinical research study is under way to evaluate the efficacy and safety of an investigational drug for people living with Osteoarthritis of the Knee. If you have Osteoarthritis of the Knee, you may be eligible to participate in this important clinical research study.

Qualified participants will receive study related medication and care at no cost. Compensation for time and travel may be provided.

To find out more about this clinical research study please contact MCRC at 214-424-0405.

02/21/2020

A clinical research study is currently underway for adults who have Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) with swollen and painful joints, DESPITE TAKING CONVENTIONAL SYNTHETIC DISEASE-MODIFYING ANTI-RHEUMATIC DRUGS (csDMARDs) FOR AT LEAST THE PAST 12 WEEKS.

Participants must also meet other eligibility criteria and will receive study-related care and treatment at no cost.

Space is limited, so reach out to us today at 214-424-0405 or 214-424-0439 today and find out if you qualify.

02/21/2020

A clinical research study is currently underway here at MCRC, investigating a new ORAL medication for people who are living with SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (SLE).

Those age 18 years or older who have been diagnosed by a Rheumatologist with SLE and are CURRENTLY ON AT LEAST ONE STANDARD OF CARE (SoC) MEDICATION, may be eligible to participate in this research study.

Participants must also meet other eligibility criteria.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic, often debilitating, multisystem, autoimmune disease that mainly causes symptoms such as painful, swollen joints, fever, skin rash, alopecia (hair loss) and fatigue.

Insurance is not required. Qualified participants will receive study related medication and care at NO COST. Compensation for time and travel may be available.

Space is limited, so please reach out to us today at (214) 424-0405. find out if you may qualify today!

02/21/2020

A research study is now underway here at MCRC and we are seeking Axial Spondyloarthritis & Ankylosing Spondylitis patients. Qualified participants will receive study-related care and treatment at no cost. If you are interested in hearing more about this Cllinical Research Study, and possibly study participation, please reach out to us at (214) 424-0439. We would very much like to hear from you.

[01/03/19]   New year - new things. Help the future and get involved in research. Be a part of the future. For more information - call 214-424-0405

[12/25/18]   From our family to your’s, Merry Christmas and safe travels.

12/12/2018

Ok friends - what’s your choice?

12/12/2018

[11/23/18]   The stress of holidays frequently makes our autoimmune diseases flare. We might be able to help and not invade your Holiday funds. Just give us a call and see if we have a trial for you. 214-424-0405

[11/23/18]   From our family to yours, have a very happy Thanksgiving

11/04/2018

Be Apart of the Future!

Learn more about clinical trials and find a trial that might be right for you. Clinical trials are voluntary research studies conducted in people and designed to answer specific questions about the safety or effectiveness of drugs, vaccines, other therapies, or new ways of using existing treatments.

Conozca más sobre los ensayos clínicos y encuentre uno que podría ser el adecuado para usted. Los ensayos clínicos son estudios de investigación voluntarios que se llevan a cabo en personas y están diseñados para responder a preguntas específicas sobre la seguridad o la eficacia de medicamentos, vacunas, otras terapias o nuevas maneras de usar tratamientos ya existentes.

10/28/2018

Good morning everyone!
We have many clinical trials that are currently enrolling.

Psoriatic Arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Scleroderma
Ankylosis spondylitis
Lupus

We have Osteoarthritis of knee and hip opening soon.

Just call us and let’s see if we can help you

09/20/2018

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[08/17/18]   We just opened 2 studies for Ankylosing Spondylitis. If you or someone you know is interested please contact us
214-424-0405

06/02/2018

MCRC Dallas

We are conducting a clinical trial that is a first of its kind. This therapy is being evaluated to determine if it can actually slow down progression of Osteoarthritis. Participation in this clinical trial qualifies you to receive free medical care and study related labs and study medication. Compensation for your time/travel is provided.

06/01/2018

MCRC Dallas

We are conducting a clinical trial that is a first of its kind. This therapy is being evaluated to determine if it can actually slow down progression of Osteoarthritis. Participation in this clinical trial qualifies you to receive free medical care and study related labs and study medication. Compensation for your time/travel is provided.

05/16/2018

Do you suffer with Osteoarthritis (OA) Knee pain?

Does the pain affect your quality of life and keep you from
doing the things you use to?

We are conducting a clinical trial using an investigational drug that is being tested in humans for the first time. This drug may or may not help your osteoarthritis. Participation in this clinical trial is free, and all study-related labs and study medication are covered. Participation is voluntary and compensation for your time/travel is provided if you qualify for the trial.

If you are:
40-85 years of age
Have had moderate to severe OA knee pain for at least 6 months
Able to participate in a trial for approximately 3-4 months with
6-10 clinic visits We may be able to help!

If you would like more information or to see if you qualify,

please call us at: 214-424-0405

05/03/2018

Knee pain ? Been diagnosed with Osteoarthritis of the knee? Give of a call, we have 2 clinical research studies currently enrolling for new participants!

214-424-0405

[03/07/18]   Do you have Osteoarthritis of the knee? We are currently looking for potential patients to fill a few upcoming studies for OA of the knee. Give our recruitment team a call to get more info.

214-424-0405

03/02/2018

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Currently enrolling for paid research studies for the following

Rheumatoid Arthritis (both doing well or not doing well )
Osteoarthritis of the Knee
Psoriatic Arthritis
Lupus

FREE study related medical care and medications along with compensation for your time.

Give us a call 214-424-0405

03/01/2018

When Should I see a Rheumatologist?

https://youtu.be/jSFbzUyQt4Y

Did you know we have a rheumatology clinic attached to our research office? Our doctors can help you with any rheumatic disease's that you or your loved ones have.

If you think you have rheumatic disease, ask your primary care doctor to refer you to a rheumatologist. Don’t wait. The sooner you get diagnosed and begin tr...

[02/28/18]   Currently looking for participants diagnosed with RA on Methotrexate doing well. For more information give us a call 214-424-0405

[02/28/18]   Does this rain have your Rheumatoid Arthritis flaring up? We might have a study for you! Give are recruitment team a call to more information.
214-424-0405

01/18/2018

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01/18/2018

Seeking patients diagnosed with Lupus or Rheumatoid arthritis without any other significant illnesses. Looking for minimal to no disease activity. If this is you or someone you know give us a call. We are actively screening for this trial. Hurry now and call to claim your spot!

Compensation up to $1,300 for completion of study

Ask for Jodi or Jennifer
Call us today 214-424-0405
Comment below and or share our post !

[12/15/17]   Seeking Participants with Rheumatoid Arthritis only on methotrexate and doing well.

Please contact our recruitment team at 214-424-0405
Receive study related medications
Study related medical care
Compensation for your time

[12/12/17]   Looking for 4 or 5 potential participants in a Primary Sjogrens study. Willing to come in to screen this week. Please contact us today for more information 214-424-0405

12/10/2017

Who are you interested in seeing?

Meet the Doctors

11/28/2017

MCRC Dallas's cover photo

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[11/20/17]   Currently enrolling Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients. For more info give us a call and talk to our wonderful recruitment team for all the info. 214-424-0405

cdc.gov 11/17/2017

Detailed Fact Sheet | Lupus | CDC

Lupus

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that triggers inflammation in different tissues of the body. Autoimmune diseases happen when the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues. The most common type of lupus is systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), which affects different parts of the body including internal organs.

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)

What is SLE?

SLE, a type of lupus, is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks its own tissues. It can affect the joints, skin, brain, lungs, kidneys, and blood vessels, and can cause widespread inflammation and tissue damage in the affected organs. There is no cure for lupus, but medical interventions and lifestyle changes can help control it.

How serious is SLE?

The seriousness of SLE can range from mild to life-threatening. The disease should be treated by a doctor or a team of doctors who specialize in care of SLE patients. People with lupus that get proper medical care, preventive care, and education can significantly improve function and quality of life.

What causes SLE?

The causes of SLE are unknown, but are believed to be linked to environmental, genetic, and hormonal factors.

What are the signs and symptoms?

People with SLE may experience a variety of symptoms that include fatigue, skin rashes, fevers, and pain or swelling in the joints. SLE symptoms may affect women and men differently. Among some adults, having a period of SLE symptoms—called flares—may happen every so often, sometimes even years apart, and go away at other times—called remission. However, other adults may experience SLE flares more frequently throughout their life.

Other symptoms can include sun sensitivity, oral ulcers, arthritis, lung problems, heart problems, kidney problems, seizures, psychosis, and blood cell and immunological abnormalities.

What are the complications of SLE?

SLE can have both short- and long-term effects on a person’s life. Early diagnosis and effective treatments can help reduce the damaging effects of SLE and improve the chance to have better function and quality of life. Poor access to care, late diagnosis, less effective treatments, and poor adherence to therapeutic regimens may increase the damaging effects of SLE, causing more complications and an increased risk of death.1

SLE can limit a person’s physical, mental, and social functioning. These limitations experienced by women and men with SLE can impact their quality of life, especially if they experience fatigue. Fatigue is the most common symptom affecting the quality of life of people with SLE.2,3

Many studies use employment as a measure to determine the quality of life of people with SLE as employment is central to a person’s life.3 Some studies have shown that the longer a person has had SLE, the less likely they are to be a part of the workforce. On average only 46% of people with SLE of working age report being employed.3

Adherence to treatment regimens is often a problem, especially among young, reproductive age women. Because SLE treatment may require the use of strong immunosuppressive medications that can have serious side effects, female patients must stop taking the medication before and during pregnancy to protect unborn children from harm.

https://www.cdc.gov/lupus/facts/detailed.html

cdc.gov This detailed fact sheet is an overview of the epidemiology of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).

cdc.gov 11/17/2017

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) | Arthritis Basics | Arthritis Types | Arthritis | CDC

What are the risk factors for RA?

Researchers have studied a number of genetic and environmental factors to determine if they change person’s risk of developing RA.

Characteristics that increase risk
•Age. RA can begin at any age, but the likelihood increases with age. The onset of RA is highest among adults in their sixties.
•Sex. New cases of RA are typically two-to-three times higher in women than men.
•Genetics/inherited traits. People born with specific genes are more likely to develop RA. These genes, called HLA (human leukocyte antigen) class II genotypes, can also make your arthritis worse. The risk of RA may be highest when people with these genes are exposed to environmental factors like smoking or when a person is obese.
•Smoking. Multiple studies show that cigarette smoking increases a person’s risk of developing RA and can make the disease worse.
•History of live births. Women who have never given birth may be at greater risk of developing RA.
•Early Life Exposures. Some early life exposures may increase risk of developing RA in adulthood. For example, one study found that children whose mothers smoked had double the risk of developing RA as adults. Children of lower income parents are at increased risk of developing RA as adults.
•Obesity. Being obese can increase the risk of developing RA. Studies examining the role of obesity also found that the more overweight a person was, the higher his or her risk of developing RA became.

Characteristics that can decrease risk

Unlike the risk factors above which may increase risk of developing RA, at least one characteristic may decrease risk of developing RA.
•Breastfeeding. Women who have breastfed their infants have a decreased risk of developing RA.
https://www.cdc.gov/arthritis/basics/rheumatoid-arthritis.html

cdc.gov Basic information about rheumatoid arthritis, including common symptoms and treatment.

MCRC DALLAS

Metroplex Clinical Research Center (MCRC) is a multi-specialty clinical research site founded in 1984 by rheumatologists Dr. Roy M. Fleischmann and Dr. Stanley B. Cohen. Drs. Fleischmann and Cohen are sought-after lecturers and authors on the subjects of research and treatments for rheumatic diseases. Dr. Fleischmann and Dr. Cohen have 50 years combined clinical research experience and have completed over 1,000 Phase I - IV clinical trials. MCRC is one of the nation’s most respected medical research centers. MCRC offers 15 board certified physicians, three nurse practitioners, 24-hour physician coverage with highly trained, emergency certified staff.

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