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CLINICAL RESEARCH AT

NORTH TEXAS ENDOCRINE CENTER

North Texas Endocrine Center conducts pharmaceutical clinical trials for a wide range of endocrine diseases although the primary focus has been on diabetes research on type 1 and 2 patients. We have been conducting endocrine-related clinical research for close to 20 years and have participated in over 100 trials focusing on the development of new drugs. Our research has resulted in many important drugs coming to market for the benefit of our patient’s health. Our dedicated staff of clinical research coordinators, with over 40 years of combined experience in the execution of these trials, are committed to providing the best environment for patients. Our research department, supervised by our physician investigators, are dedicated to conducting our trials to improve the health of those who participate and those who may benefit from the drugs in the future.

People who participate in clinical research have a special relationship with our research staff. They receive the benefits of free care of our dedicated physicians and staff with compensation for their efforts to advance their health and the health of all patients with endocrine disorders.

OPEN CLINICAL TRIALS

WE ARE NOW ENROLLING FOR THE FOLLOWING STUDIES

 
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WITH HEART DISEASE

Currently, the SURPASS-CVOT is underway evaluating an investigational medication.  It's potential to prevent major adverse cardiovascular events in those with type 2 diabetes.

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MOST COMMON COMPLICATION

Diabetic nerve pain (also called diabetic peripheral neuropathy pain) is the most common complication of diabetes. Diabetic nerve pain tends to develop gradually over time, often affecting the legs, feet, or hands. 

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TRAVERSE research study for men age 45 to 60 who have symptoms of low testosterone and have a history of risk of heart disease or stroke.

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TYPE 2 DIABETES

You could be part of a clinical study programme that helps regulatory authorities decide if an investigational long-acting insulin treatment should be made available for people with type 2 diabetes.

We invite you to consider our clinical research program by looking at the trials that are currently openly recruiting below. Please click on a trial to obtain more information. Once we know of your interest in research, we will contact you when new trials open that fit your profile.


If you would like to participate in future trials or just learn about our research program, click on any study and we will contact you to discuss your interests. We look forward to your participation.

CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CURRENT TRIALS

Phone: 469-364-6918

Email: research@ntendocenter.com

ENROLL IN A CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDY

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