What is Crohn’s Disease?

Crohn’s disease is a type of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in which the digestive tract becomes inflamed, causing abdominal pain, fatigue, and other negative digestive symptoms. Complications of Crohn’s disease can be severe and even life-threatening. There is currently no known cure for Crohn’s disease, but with the correct therapies and treatment, the disease can enter into long-term remission and the patient can return to a normal lifestyle.

Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials

We are currently conducting clinical research trials for Crohn’s Disease. Patients with known diagnoses of Crohn’s Disease can participate and take part in developing the field of gastroenterology, and database of knowledge concerning this widespread disease. If you qualify for our Crohn’s disease clinical trials, you may receive compensation for your time, see a board-certified physician at no cost to you, and have access to possible investigational medications.

What is the purpose of this clinical trial?

Clinical research trials for Crohn’s disease are conducted in the ultimate hopes of finding a cure for Crohn’s disease. The primary focus is on gaining insight into how different treatment methods have an effect in different individual cases. Clinical trials are the  method of translating research into new medicines and treatments that can provide new and improved patient outcomes. The data collected within clinical trials are one of the vital considerations of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s drug approval process, and without FDA approval, there could be no advances in patient therapeutics.

How Do I Get Involved?

If you have Crohn’s disease and want to get involved in a clinical trial, you should fill out the form at the top of this page, and you may be matched to a clinical trial that is right for you.