Global Medical Research Open House – September 13th

Join Our Open House for Clinical Trials

Participants receive free blood pressure screenings, and blood screenings for anemia and sugar levels.

On Wednesday, September 13th, Global Medical Research will be hosting an open house for individuals interested in learning about participating in our current and upcoming clinical research studies. The event will be from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Individuals ages 12 and up may qualify to join clinical research studies. Join the team at Global and become a part of the solution.

We’ll be offering free blood pressure screenings, and blood screenings for anemia and sugar level during the open house.

What: Open House


Global Medical Research
951 York Dr. #102
DeSoto, TX 75115


Wednesday, September 13th, 2017
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

What are clinical trials?

Clinical trials (or clinical research studies) are an essential component in the advancement of medical research. It is through these trials that medical professionals are able to find new, innovative ways to prevent, detect, or treat diseases. Clinical trials provide the information necessary to ensure the safety and efficacy of potential new drugs, as well as striving to improve the quality of life of those with chronic illnesses.

Who can participate?

There are two types of people that can participate in clinical trials: healthy volunteers and patient volunteers. Healthy volunteers are those who have no known health issues, while patient volunteers are those who have the health problem for the new drug/therapy that is being investigated. Both participants provide invaluable information used to better understand, diagnose, treat, or cure the specific disease or condition.

Why participate?

Participating in a clinical trial can be a very rewarding experience and can help save the lives and reduce the suffering of many people. While there are always risks being involved in a clinical trial, every effort is made through ethical guidelines and protocols to keep participants safe from harm. There are also many benefits to participation, such as early access to break-through drugs, treatments and therapies not yet released to the general public, regular medical care, attention by medical professionals, possible compensation, and most importantly, the possibility of being a part of a medical cure.

Currently Enrolling Clinical Research Studies Include:

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Chronic Kidney Disease  

Cardiovascular Events, Diabetes and High Triglycerides

Type 2 Diabetes

Kidney Disease

Iron Deficiency Anemia

Ulcerative Colitis

Cardiovascular Inflammation Reduction Trial (CIRT)

Crohn’s Disease

Cardiovascular Disease