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Let’s Beat Crohn’s Together!

Let us Heal Your Gut through Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials Options!

Crohn’s disease is one of the most common inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) in which a part of your digestive system is inflamed. This leads to uncomfortable gut conditions like diarrhea, belly pain and in some instances, rectal bleeding.

Crohn’s Disease can have local or systemic complications. In case of localized inflammation only the intestines are affected however during systemic inflammation, the entire body suffers, also termed as extra-intestinal complications.

At Revive Research Institute, we are committed to finding a treatment for Crohn’s disease and helping you lead a healthy physical and mental life.

You can be a part of our research studies if you:

  • Are 18 years or older
  • Have been diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease
  • Can comply with study procedures

Join this study and let us be a part of your potential healing journey. The goal of the study is to ensure safety, efficacy and tolerability of study medication that may help you and countless others beat Crohn’s Disease.

*Participation in the study is free of cost. In addition, all the study-related care will be covered with no requirement of any insurance. 

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About the Crohn’s Study

Revive Research Institute is conducting multiple Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials for those suffering from Crohn’s disease. These trials include, but are not limited to, evaluating the safety and efficacy of Investigational study drugs, and comparing new study drugs with those already available in the market.

If you are eligible and decide to be a part of any of our Clinical Trials, you may be provided with the drug or placebo (drug look-alike with no active ingredient). If you are interested in participating in our Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trial, please fill the form above and someone from our research staff will contact you with further details.

If you fulfill the study criteria in the screening phase, you may be invited to one of our clinical sites nearest to you for a screening visit. You will be given an Informed consent form (ICF) to sign. Once you’ve signed the ICF, you will go through a number of health-related questions and tests to confirm your eligibility.

After eligibility confirmation, you will be formally invited to be a part of that particular study. You will be informed about the number of visits and other details of the study.

*Participating in these studies does not cost you anything. Instead, we compensate you for the time and travel, if eligible. No insurance is required to volunteer in any of our clinical trials.

Get Started: What to Expect?

Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel illness that affects the intestines (IBD). It generates digestive system inflammation, which can result in abdominal discomfort and pain.
Please fill out the form above to determine whether you qualify for the Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials.

We will contact you if you do. If you qualify for this process, you will be invited to a screening visit at our research site. If you qualify after additional tests, you will be requested to sign a consent form. After you sign it, you’ll be asked health-related questions and put through a series of health evaluations and tests to see if you’re a good fit for volunteering.

Throughout your involvement in the study, the study staff will continue to monitor your health. You will receive research-related treatment for Crohn’s Disease from qualified physicians and healthcare experts if you choose to participate in the study.

Participants who match the study’s eligibility criteria will also be reimbursed for their time and travel expenses. Volunteering does not necessitate the purchase of insurance.


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About Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials

Crohn’s Disease is a type of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). More than half a million Americans suffer from this condition. It is known to cause inflammation of the digestive tract due to the body’s own immune responses, which can lead to abdominal pain, malnutrition, diarrhea, fatigue and weight loss. Inflammation from Crohn’s can spread to different areas of the digestive tract for different people. However, it most commonly affects the intestinal walls but it can occur in any part of the digestive system, from the mouth to the anus.

Crohn’s disease is a type of inflammatory bowel illness that affects many people. Ulcerative Colitis is another kind of IBD that involves chronic inflammation of the intestinal lining. Unlike Crohn’s disease, which can affect any portion of the digestive tract, ulcerative colitis usually affects the colon solely.

There is a need for more research into Crohn’s disease. Researchers don’t know how it starts, who is most likely to get it, or how to treat it. Despite significant therapeutic breakthroughs over the previous three decades, there is still no cure or effective treatment for Crohn’s Disease.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is Crohn's disease the result of an infection or anything I eat or drink?

No, the disease is not caused by an infection or anything that you eat or drink. It is an inflammation of the gut caused by an overactive immune system. There is no known cause for it and neither is there a cure.

Does Crohn’s disease lead to cancer?

Unlike Ulcerative Colitis, the risk of cancer is low in Crohn’s disease, although its chances may be high if it affects the ileum (the last part of the small intestine). Nevertheless, it is good to have regular follow-ups after 8-10 years of the disease diagnosis. Current standard of care treatment for Crohn’s Disease symptoms may be able to help reduce its painful symptoms and other complications associated with it.

How serious is Crohn's disease?

Crohn’s disease can be painful and sometimes may lead to life-threatening complications. However through Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials and potential treatments for Crohn’s Disease, the signs and symptoms can greatly be reduced and any potential life-threatening situation can be prevented.

Will my medical information be kept private?

Your personal health information will be handled in a private manner by the research doctor and study staff. All your personal and health related information will be kept private under the privacy rule of HIPAA.

How do I know if I am eligible to be a part of the Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials?

Every clinical trial has a strict criteria of who should be included or excluded from the study. Your age, gender, the type and stage of your disease, previous treatment history, and other medical conditions are some of the points of eligibility criteria. If you would like to participate in the Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials, please have a look at the eligibility criteria above and fill the form.

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