Allergic Diseases, S.C.
Steven H. Cohen, M.D.

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Clinical Trials

What is a Clinical Research Study?

A clinical research study is designed to evaluate the safety and/or effectiveness of an investigational medication, or to look for new ways in which a medication already approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) can be used. These studies are required by the FDA and closely monitored by them to insure that new treatments are safe and effective before they can become available.

A clinical research study is designed to look for patients with certain conditions in order to treat them and to evaluate their response to that treatment. An ethics group called an Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews the proposed study to help protect the participants' rights and safety. Safety of the volunteer is always the first concern of any clinical study.

We are currently recruiting participants for the following studies:
  1. COPD

  2. Ragweed Allergy

  3. Dust Mite Allergy

Age limits, health histories, and exclusion factors differ with each study. Call our office at 414-545-1111 for more information.

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