Additional care options
New study opportunities available
It can be discouraging to be told by your doctor that there are limited options available for treatment of neurological and other incurable conditions. But they may want to offer the opportunity of taking part in a clinical trial which is testing new treatments for a health problem. SiteRx works with your doctor to find a clinical trial in your area that you may qualify for. If your doctor is not a SiteRx member, use our Doctor Finder Tool and we can connect you with a new doctor who proactively talks about clinical trials as an additional care option.
Now enrolling studies for conditions such as:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Alzheimer's disease
- Parkinson's disease
- Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NASH)
How might taking part in a clinical trial help me?
- You may have the opportunity to receive a new treatment before it is available to the general public and at no cost to you.
- You are helping find a better, or novel, treatment for the specific disease or condition.
- You play an active role in your health care.
- During your participation in the trial, you will receive additional oversight and testing in addition to the care of your Primary Care Provider and Specialists.
- Some clinical trial testing includes diagnostics that are not available to the public or not covered by insurance companies.
Clinical trials represent new medical approaches
- Clinical trials help modern medicine make advances against the types of debilitating health problems that you or your loved one may battle with every day. Have access to future treatment options by finding out about available clinical trials that your doctor may match you for.
If you’d like your current physician to explore clinical trials as an option, refer them to SiteRx below.
What happens in a clinical trial?
Once you have decided to learn more about the clinical trial your doctor has referred you for, you will be contacted by a Patient Liaison who will give you more information about the program and schedule you for an appointment with the study team at the research center. They will go over the informed consent which explains the purpose of the study and possible risks and benefits. The consent also contains the schedule of the study and all the testing you will complete. If you decide to join you will sign the consent, but your participation will always remain voluntary. You are welcome to leave the study at any time.