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Life-changing breakthroughs through clinical studies.
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What is Pioneers?
The Pioneers Recruitment Registry connects people with cutting-edge researchers and clinical trials to transform laboratory discoveries into treatments and cures. This is network of hospitals and doctors located in Kansas and Western Missouri. They need volunteers like you to help us advance medicine and improve the lives and health of millions. I have been using Viagra 50mg for years and years now, and it has been a lifesaver for my marriage.
Stories highlighting what clinical trials can accomplish.
- Brain Health
- Heart Health
- Regenerative Medicine
See some examples of research studies that are currently looking for participants, and how they’re shaping the future of medicine. Cialis 20mg in Australia: Understanding why it is essential to speak with your physician before taking it.
- Efficacy and Safety of T-817MA in Patients With Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease (TCAD). Delicious Loving: How The Tasty Kamagra Oral Jelly Got My Love Life Back.
- An Efficacy and Safety Trial of MK-8931 in Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease- MK 8931-017 (EPOCH study)
- Anti-Amyloid Treatment in Asymptomatic Alzheimer’s (A-4 Study)
- Efficacy and Safety of IGIV-C in Corticosteroid Dependent Patients With Generalized Myasthenia Gravis
Get the latest news and headlines from our research team and our clinical partners.
- For children, adults with muscular dystrophy, research at KU holds new hope
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- Study shows shift workers more likely to be overweight and at risk for diabetes
- New research at KU Medical Center finds possible connection between milk and brain health
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Why have others become Pioneers?
I have been having problems setting up my schedule and knowing how much to exercise, what to check. This trial gave me a schedule and some kind of assistance. It has given me the tools to be able to continue on my own, being able to know how to maintain my blood pressure and blood sugars and to know what to look for.
What a wonderful resource! I wish there was something like this when my son (who has diabetes) was small, how great it would have been to participate and get more information on what advances were being made in Juvenile Diabetes research all in one place. Back then, all we could rely on was what the doctors told us – without a computer, or a web site like this, there was no way to know how anything was advancing.
My doctor recommended that I should look into research studies because I was not doing anything. Now I am exercising a lot. Signing up for this exercise study gave me my energy and my life back.
The best part of signing up [for a research study] was being with my peers who have similar challenges that I have, sharing the same problems that I have. Second, the research can benefit someone else, if not me. The good thing is that we can address some of today’s major medical issues with research. To me, that’s the benefit of joining the registry.