Carlos Jurado, MD, FACOG, PhD, PI
in collaboration with
South Florida Clinical Research Institute
is conducting a clinical trial on new treatments for
Interested in participating? Ask our staff
For more information:
compobgyn.com – 954-753-2411
sfcri.org – 954-582-7007
You or someone you know may be suffering a medical condition that could allow you to become a candidate to participate in our Clinical Trial to evaluate new treatments for different medical conditions. If you are interested, please be sure to ask our staff. Participants will receive a full medical evaluation, medications and financial compensation for time and travel.
Clinical Trials exist to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of potential new treatments, and to help improve medical care. But something is missing… YOU!
To learn more about the important role that you could play in the advancement of medicine, please visit joinimin.org.
Why Clinical Trials Matter
Medical innovations and new, effective treatments have the power to change lives. But these breakthroughs don’t happen on their own. The research that goes into each new way to treat an illness or condition is comprehensive and involves multiple steps to ensure treatments truly work.
That’s why clinical trials exist – to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of potential new treatments. Clinical trials help improve medical care. But something is missing. YOU.
What’s I’m In
I’m In is a campaign designed to improve health by increasing clinical trial participation among traditionally underrepresented populations including African Americans, Asian Americans and Hispanics.
By increasing diversity in clinical trials, we can help ensure that the process used to test the safety and effectiveness of new potential medicines accurately takes into account the patient populations that will eventually use them and helps increase scientific knowledge that may result in medical innovations. I’m In was founded by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) and the National Minority Quality Forum.
Together we can make a difference.
Are you in?
Join a Clinical Trial
Volunteers are needed for clinical trials. I’m In will support the build-up of the Clinical Trial Engagement Network, which can help you learn about and volunteer to participate in clinical trials in your area. If you meet eligibility criteria, you could have an opportunity to participate.
You don’t have to be sick to take part in a clinical trial. Healthy individuals are also needed as participants.
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