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July 2018 Newsletter

July 2018 Newsletter

Wake Research would like to keep you up to date.

Our monthly newsletter details new studies and events happening at our site. Our website has several resources to learn more about the clinical trials process. We encourage you to read and share these links with friends and family who may be interested.

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 Featured Studies


Pain due to endometriosis? We are looking for women to participate in a research study to evaluate whether an investigational medicine could reduce pain due to endometriosis.

Compensation up to $1,025 available.

Endometriosis Study

Parkinson’s Disease

Do you or a loved one suffer from Parkinson’s disease? Wake Research Associates is enrolling volunteers with Parkinson’s disease in a clinical research study.

Compensation up to $1,350 available.

Parkinson’s Disease Study

Uterine Fibroids

Pain from uterine fibroids?

If you have uterine fibroids, are between 18 and 51 years of age and pre-menopausal, you may qualify for our current study.

Compensation up to $1,850 available.

Uterine Fibroids Study

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Endometriosis Study at Wake Research

Endometriosis Study at Wake Research

Endometriosis is a common health problem that effects women. It happens when the lining of the uterus grows outside of itself. According to womenshealth.gov, the most common sites for endometriosis to be found is on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, tissues that hold the uterus in place, and the outer surface of the uterus. However, endometriosis can also appear on the vagina, cervix, vulva, bowel, bladder, or rectum.

While endometriosis is not cancerous, it can still cause problems. Endometriosis growths bleed every month during your menstrual period which can cause swelling and pain. Additionally, the growths can block your fallopian tubes if they cover or grow into your ovaries.

The most common symptom of endometriosis is pain during your menstrual period. However, depending on the areas of growth, you can also experience pain with intercourse, pain during bowel movements or urination, excessive bleeding, and infertility.

Around 11% of women are thought to have endometriosis, and while the exact cause is unknown, there are several factors that can place you at a greater risk of developing endometriosis. According to the Mayo Clinic, these risks can include:

  • Never giving birth
  • Starting your period at an early age
  • Going through menopause at an older age
  • Short menstrual cycles
  • Having higher levels of estrogen in your body
  • Low body mass index
  • Alcohol consumption
  • One or more relatives with endometriosis
  • Any medical condition that prevents the normal passage of menstrual flow out of the body
  • Uterine abnormalities

Wake Research is currently enrolling women with endometriosis for a clinical study to evaluate whether an investigational medicine could reduce pain due to endometriosis. To find out more about the study and to see if you may qualify, call our office at (919) 781-2514 or visit our website.





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