PrecMed Parkinson’s Disease Study
Leading the Way in Clinical Studies for the Future of Medicine
By providing our patients with breakthrough clinical trials, primarily evaluating biological samples to help unveil the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, we aim to improve the health of our community.
What Is PrecMed Parkinson’s Disease Study
The objective of the PrecMed Parkinson’s Study is to gather biological samples from patients who have Parkinson’s disease. These samples might contain components that doctors can examine to learn more about their genetic, chemical, and protein composition. The study examines changes in blood and cerebrospinal fluid linked to Parkinson’s disease or other features of the condition. With this PD investigation, your blood cells could be saved and used to create cell lines that can be used for the discovery of future medicine and therapy.
We Aim to Advance the Future of Medicine
In support of our aim to enhance patient health and safety, our professional team is made up of experienced healthcare experts including medical doctors, advanced practice registered nurses, and more. Contact us now to learn how you can become a volunteer with a greater purpose in health care.
What Are the First Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease
Researchers are looking into the genes that produce dopamine-producing proteins. Parkinson’s symptoms can be reduced by raising dopamine levels in the brain.
Why Bradenton Research Center Stands Above Others
Parkinson’s disease is a chronic disease that severely affects the body’s neurological systems. It is a degenerative disorder that primarily affects middle-aged and older adults, and is characterized by tremors, slow movement, and muscle stiffness. Parkinson’s disease symptoms typically start out mildly and worsen with time. Many individuals may experience difficulties speaking and walking as the condition worsens. If you or a loved one suffers from Parkinson’s disease, donating a biological sample might be the final piece needed to discover improved therapies and a cure.
Join Our Study to Cure Parkinson’s Disease
Clinical trial participants, whether a patient or a doctor with ideas, play an integral part in our clinical research studies. Healthy volunteers are welcome to participate to aid advanced medicine in reducing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Volunteers with illnesses may also join in clinical trials to obtain investigational drugs and additional care. Find out more about this study by contacting us.