Fatty Liver Disease Clinical Trials

Fatty Liver Disease Clinical Trials in Birmingham, Alabama

We are looking to enroll for fatty liver disease clinical trials in Birmingham, Alabama.  Are you suffering from abdominal pain caused by an enlarged liver? You could qualify for an upcoming study at Achieve Clinical Research.

Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page and see if you qualify for one of our upcoming fatty liver disease clinical trials →

Uncomfortable with the idea of participating in a clinical trial? That’s okay, because you can still help us and make some money in the process! Through our Refer-A-Friend program, you can earn up to $100 for referring a someone who qualified for one of our fatty liver disease clinical trials. Click here to learn more about our Refer-A-Friend program.

How Do I Enroll in a Clinical Study at Your Clinic?

If you’re interested in enrolling in one of our fatty liver disease clinical trials, there are two ways you can contact our enrollment team:

  • Fill out our online form – It is simple and easy to fill out our online form (in the upper right hand corner of this page). A valid email and phone number must be provided so that we can contact you about our enrolling fatty liver disease clinical trials.
  • Give us a call –We are also available by phone to see if you qualify for a clinical trial. Call us anytime between 7 AM and 5 PM weekdays at (205) 757-8208.

Fatty liver disease is a condition common among alcoholics where excess fat has built up in the liver impeding the liver’s ability to function normally. This disease can lead to cirrhosis, jaundice and even liver failure if ignored. Unfortunately, there is no medication or treatment that can cure fatty liver disease. Prevention is your best hope.

We are conducting clinical trials on fatty liver disease to improve our understanding of this condition and work towards the development of an effective treatment. Our research team is looking for people in Birmingham and the surrounding area who have been diagnosed with fatty liver disease. This research will help us develop better options for people with this condition.

Do I Qualify for a Study in Birmingham?

If you would like to take part in a clinical trial, it is crucial to understand the inclusion criteria for that study before enrolling. Why is this important? The qualification criteria will vary depending on the type of study being conducted. This means that you may not qualify for a study even if you have been diagnosed with fatty liver disease.

Physician screens patients for fatty liver disease clinical study in birmingham

Before you decide to contact us about our fatty liver disease clinical trials, please consider the following factors:

  • You must be willing to comply with the procedures (clinic visits, scheduled exams) that are required to complete the study.
  • We’re only enrolling people who have diagnosed fatty liver disease for these clinical trials.
  • You don’t need health insurance to qualify for a clinical trial.
  • You reserve the right to drop out of a research study at any time, but doing so will forfeit your claim to any compensation offered for completing that study.

Compensation for Study Participation

Our participants receive all study related care (including laboratory services, study medications and physical examinations) at no cost to them. Compensation for time and travel may also be provided to those that complete the study. It is important to note that compensation can vary depending on the fatty liver disease clinical trial you are enrolled in.

Please call us at (205) 757-8208 if you have other questions.

Are You at Risk of Developing Fatty Liver Disease?

Fatty liver disease typically does not present with visible physical symptoms and it may be hard to tell if you have it until it has done serious damage. Your liver is considered to be fatty when it reaches a fat percentage of 5% or higher. The best way to stop fatty liver disease is to prevent it from happening in the first place.

People who are alcoholics should be especially wary of this condition as alcoholism is the leading cause of fatty liver disease.You may also be at a higher risk of developing fatty liver disease if you have a family history of alcoholism or liver disease, are obese, or have diabetes or hepatitis C.

If any of these apply to you, it is important to talk with your doctor about your risk and how you can take steps to prevent liver disease from developing.

Please Note: If you have any other questions about our fatty liver disease clinical trials or other research studies at Achieve Clinical Research, please call us at (205) 757-8208. Our office hours are from 7 AM to 5 PM every weekday.