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Fibromyalgia Clinical Trial

Summary

Please contact us to learn more about our fibromyalgia trial. The team at Achieve Clinical Research excels at conducting clinical trials in this therapeutic area. If you are interested in participating, then please fill out the quick form to the right. Our staff will contact you and determine your eligibility for one of our research studies.

Qualifications – Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Have a confirmed diagnosis of fibromyalgia.
  • Suffering from chronic fatigue caused by fibromyalgia.
  • In order to take part in a clinical trial, applicants may need to temporarily stop certain medications that they are taking for fibromyalgia.
  • Cannot qualify for a clinical trial if pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant.
  • No history of drug or alcohol abuse.
  • Not have used an investigational drug or participated in an investigational study within 30 days of screening

Compensation for Time and Travel

Study related care including physical examinations, laboratory services and study medications are all provided to participants free of charge. Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions about how you can be compensated for your participation.

Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a multi-symptomatic medical syndrome, although it is primarily associated with chronic pain and increased sensitivity at specific pressure points. However since the symptoms of fibromyalgia cannot be proven in a clinical setting, some physicians refer to this as a mental disorder. The common indications of fibromyalgia include chronic widespread pain, severe fatigue, joint stiffness, cognitive overload, nerve pain, and trouble sleeping.

This Clinical Trial is Closed

This clinical trial is now closed which means that we are not enrolling any more applicants at this time. This means that we are no longer enrolling new participants at this time, but we will update this page if it is re-opened.

Our qualified staff is available to answer any questions regarding this Fibromyalgia study or any of our other open clinical trials.