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Have Pain in Your Knee Or Hip?

Arthritis research studies are enrolling now

Have Pain in Your Knee Or Hip?

Arthritis research studies are enrolling now

Payment up to $650
Payment up to $650
No-cost study-related care from local doctors
No-cost study-related care from local doctors
No-cost study medication for Arthritis
No-cost study medication for Arthritis

Have Pain in Your Knee Or Hip?

Arthritis research studies are enrolling now

Payment up to $650
No-cost study-related care from local doctors
No-cost study medication for Arthritis

You may qualify for local research studies

You may know the feeling of aches and pains in your knees, stiffness in your hips, or joint pain in both. If you’re feeling this pain, you most likely have Arthritis (also called Osteoarthritis).

Better treatment options are needed for people who suffer with knee or hip joint pain. Right now, doctors are looking for people like you to take part in local Arthritis research studies. See if you qualify today - space is limited.

You may qualify for local research studies. But don't delay - space is limited!
If you qualify for one of these research studies, you may receive*:
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There is no cost and no obligation. See if you qualify today!

There is no cost and no obligation. See if you qualify today!


*In a clinical research study, the participants get an investigational medication under the supervision of a study doctor and other research professionals for the duration of the study. In some studies, some people receive the investigational medication while others receive an inactive medication. Additionally, compensation may be provided to cover time and travel, which may include multiple study visits, and the amounts vary, depending on the study for which you may qualify.

*In a clinical research study, the participants get an investigational medication under the supervision of a study doctor and other research professionals for the duration of the study. In some studies, some people receive the investigational medication while others receive an inactive medication. Additionally, compensation may be provided to cover time and travel, which may include multiple study visits, and the amounts vary, depending on the study for which you may qualify.