Studies

Juvenile Arthritis Clinical Trial

We are currently seeking children between the age of 10 to 17 for a juvenile arthritis study. 

Juvenile arthritis can develop in children 17 and younger. Juvenile arthritis describes many autoimmune and inflammatory conditions. Once a child has been diagnosed with juvenile arthritis, determining the type of arthritis becomes critical.  With no cure, treatment goals are to relieve pain and improve the child's quality of life. The health professionals at Altoona Center for Clinical Research continue to look for ways to treat juvenile arthritis. If your son or daughter has been diagnosed with juvenile arthritis, the Altoona Center for Clinical Research is currently conducting a study that could help.

The clinical trials taking place at Altoona Center for Clinical Research are new treatment methods that have been developed to help reduce pain and improve the quality of your life.

The clinical trials at Altoona Center for Clinical Research are overseen by some of the most notable physician specialists in the country. Your participation will guarantee you:

  • investigational medication
  • lab testing
  • insurance is not required
  • complimentary transportation can be arranged if needed
Interested in a study?
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