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For over 30 years, JBR Clinical Research has helped advance the development and effectiveness of pain medication—with our commitment to help make informed healthcare decisions.

Future Study Notification

We are continually planning new medical research studies and invite you to participate.  Most clinical trials offer participants treatment at no cost and compensation for your time and travel. Upcoming clinical trials include diabetes...

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What is a Data and Safety Monitoring Board?

The role of data and safety monitoring boards, which keep tabs on the progress of clinical trials to watch for safety issues and effectiveness. A DSMB is an independent board of experts (as many as 7) in the disease area being studied, and also...

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Clinical Trial Logistics Conference coming May 2011

With the rising cost of bringing a new drug to market, pharmaceutical companies in Western Europe and North America are seeking  new ways comply with government requirements. A clinical trials conference in May 2011 will provide an update on...

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Why Participate in a Clinical Trial?

It is critical for new medications  and medical products to be tested on the very patients it’s meant to help, as well as to test a variety of people. People may respond differently to treatments and the test data ensures effectiveness and...

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JBR Clinical Research Ankle Sprain Study

JBR Clinical Research is conducting an ankle sprain study is at the Sportsplex in Kaysville, UT. Last week I was there at an indoor soccer game and a guy on the team I was cheering for rolled his ankle. He hobbled off the field and sat on the...

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Types of Diabetes

There are 3 main types of diabetes– Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational. Type 1 diabetes is an effect of insufficient insulin production in the body. With type 1 diabetes the patient must use an insulin regimen to control the disease. Type 2 is due...

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