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ACNE CLINICAL TRIAL

Acne is often considered a teenage rite of passage. But the skin condition can affect people at any age. If you’re currently suffering with whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples on your face, chest, or back, you’re not alone. Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States. On average, there are 50 million Americans battling acne.

Because of how common acne is, there are plenty of treatment options available. But there is no universal treatment. Mild cases can persist for years, and for severe cases, even prescribed medication does little to alleviate the patient’s symptoms.

Precision Clinical Research is currently recruiting participants to join in our paid acne clinical trials. Whether your condition is mild yet chronic, severe and unresponsive to traditional treatments, or somewhere in the middle, a clinical trial at our Sunrise medical research center, could be an option and opportunity.

Paid clinical trials provide participants with access to newly developed treatments backed by countless hours of research and development. Participating in one of our trials at our Sunrise medical research center could make you one of the first to experience a revolutionary acne treatment.

Compensation for your time and travel for all study activities. There is no cost for any study related medications or treatments.

If you are considering joining a paid acne clinical trial, we urge you to reach out to Precision Clinical Research. We’ll address your questions and concerns before matching you with an acne clinical trial.

 

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