Available Clinical Trials - Utah

Optimum Clinical Research (OCR) hosts a number of different clinical trials in which you can participate.  These studies may include:

  • Type 1 and 2 Diabetes
  • Migraine
  • COPD or Emphysema
  • Asthma
  • High Cholesterol
  • Acne

Below you will find a complete list of all currently enrolling clinical trials. Click the study title or the "Learn More" button to get details about each trial. All of our studies are conducted in Salt Lake City, Utah. All of these studies are regulated by the F.D.A. There is never any cost to you to participate. Patients are paid for their time and travel.  To become involved in a study fill in the contact information that you can find on the bottom of each page or on our Contact Us page. Indicate the studies you would be interested in participating at OC Research and we will let you know which studies best fit your interests.

 


Do you have Type 2 Diabetes? If so, you may be qualified to participate in an upcoming research study involoving a new GLP-1 treatment (similar to Victoza, Byetta, Trulicity, etc.). Please fill out the form below to be notified once this trial is o...

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ATTENTION MEN Do you have Low Testosterone and are between the ages of 45-80? Symptoms of Low Testosterone include: Fatigue Memory Loss Reduced Sex Drive Weight Gain Erectile Dysfunction If so, you may be qualified for an up coming paid clinical tr...

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Have you been diagnosed with COPD and are currently taking Spiriva and a rescue inhaler only to treat symptoms? If so, you may qualify for this study which is comparing a FDA approved single therapy inhaler that combines 3 COPD medications to Spiri...

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Are you suffering from Asthma? If you are taking a combination inhaler (such as Breo, Symbicort, Dulera, Advair, etc.). You may qualify for a clinical trial that is seeking people who have persistent Asthma. PERSISTENT ASTHMA Asthma symptoms more t...

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Has your COPD caused you to go to the hospital or take a steriod to treat a flare-up of your symptoms lately? If so, you may be interested in a study that is seeking people who have moderate to very severe COPD (determined by exacerbation/complicat...

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