Gastroenterology Paid Research Studies in Spokane, WA

Advanced Clinical Research (ACR) is excited to be partnering with Spokane Gastroenterology and Dr. Preiksaitis on upcoming clinical research studies. Dr. Preiksaitis has been practicing as a Gastroenterologist and Liver Specialist for over 20 years. He brings a great deal of knowledge and experience on gastroenterology illnesses and diseases and will be conducting clinical research studies to help approve better treatments or Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s Disease, C. diff (Clostridium difficile) and more.

Those who qualify and participate in clinical research studies at ACR - Spokane Gastroenterology will receive:

· Study-related medications, treatments and exams at no cost

· Compensation for time and travel

Insurance and doctor referrals are not needed.

We are currently looking for volunteers with the following medical conditions:

·        C.diff (Clostridium difficile) - Recurring

·        Celiac Disease

·        Crohn’s Disease

·        Fatty Liver

·        Irritable Bowel Syndrome

·        Ulcerative Colitis

 To learn more about participating in clinical research studies at ACR-SpokaneGastroenterology, please call 509-505-1227 or click on the “Volunteer” button to submit your information and someone will contact you.



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