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Do you Suffer from Ulcerative Colitis?

Ulcerative Colitis Clinical Trials May Provide More Therapeutic Options!

Ulcerative Colitis is a chronic inflammatory condition that causes ulcers and sores in the digestive tract. This disease has no known cure. It alternates between periods of remission (no active symptoms) and a chronic active disease duration (active debilitating symptoms). These variations are spontaneously triggered, and sometimes may not respond to medication.

Revive Research Institute is conducting multiple Ulcerative Colitis Clinical Trials with the objective to evaluate the efficacy and safety of investigational therapeutic modalities. This study is for people suffering with chronic inflammation of the bowel, to ensure longer periods of remission as opposed to the symptomatic duration.

You may be eligible for Ulcerative Colitis Clinical Trials if you:

  • Are 18 years and older
  • Have been diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis
  • Can comply with all the study procedures

*Private medical insurance will not be liable or subjected to cost for this clinical research trial. Travel to the site and time spent will be monetarily reimbursed. If you qualify and decide to participate, you will receive free study-related care from specialist health-care providers and research staff. 

*If you want to participate in the Ulcerative Colitis Study or require more information, please fill out the form, so we can assess if you qualify and get in touch with you. Please keep in mind that your participation is completely optional. You may opt out of study anytime you want.

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About the Ulcerative Colitis Study

Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is a kind of inflammation of the gut. It affects the lining of your large intestine (or colong), causing inflammation and ulcers.

Approximately 907,000 individuals in the United States (US) are affected by UC, with an incidence rate of 12.2 per 100,000 population per year. Diagnosis of UC is predominantly based on colonoscopy findings.

Our investigators at Revive Research Institute are conducting multiple clinical trials in search of a potential Ulcerative Colitis Treatment. As is the case with all of our clinical trials Studies, after filling out your details in the form above, someone from our research team will give you a call to see if you qualify for the study.

You might be invited onto our study site to complete the screening process. This might include tests, and physical examinations from qualified health professionals including Gastroenterologists and nurses.

*Study procedures, personal medical insurance, or the public health insurance plan are free of charge for you. During the study trial, the study medication, related procedures, and visits will be supplied at no cost.

Get Started: What to Expect?

If you have been diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis, you may be eligible to participate in our clinical trials. We are conducting multiple Clinical Trials in search of a potential Ulcerative Colitis treatment.

To participate, please fill the form above. Someone from our clinical research staff will contact you to ask a few questions to confirm whether you are a suitable fit for the study and also will tell you further steps to follow.

Once your eligibility has been confirmed, you will be invited to the site and the study doctor will discuss in detail all that your participation in the clinical trial would entail, as part of the Informed Consent Process. If you qualify and decide to participate, as part of the clinical trial, you will be invited to the site for study-related care and procedures.

Your health will be monitored throughout the study duration. Study drugs will be given once you are qualified for the study.


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About Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative Colitis Clinical Trials

What is Ulcerative Colitis? 

Ulcerative Colitis is a type of inflammatory bowel disease which leads to inflammation and ulceration in the digestive system. It affects the innermost lining of the large intestine. Its symptoms appear slowly rather than immediately.

Ulcerative Colitis is a severe condition that sometimes leads to life threatening conditions. While there is no cure of the disease, care can significantly lessen the disease’s sign and symptoms and lead to long term remission.

What Causes Ulcerative Colitis? 

The actual cause for Ulcerative Colitis has yet to be discovered but it is believed that one of the possible reasons includes disruption in the immune system in which abnormal immunological response causes the immune system to attack the digestive tract cells.

What are the Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis? 

The degree of the inflammation and where it occurs might affect the symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis. The following are possible signs and symptoms:

  • Diarrhea, frequently accompanied with blood or pus
  • Cramping and discomfort in the abdomen
  • Genital discomfort
  • Rectal bleeding
  • Inability to excrete despite the need to urinate
  • Loss of weight
  • Fatigue & Fever

What are the Complications of Ulcerative Colitis?

Ulcerative colitis can lead to the following complications:

  • Severe Bleeding
  • Perforated colon (the colon has a hole in its lining)
  • Severe Dehydration
  • Bone weakening (osteoporosis)
  • Inflammation of skin, joints and eyes
  • Higher chance of colon cancer
  • Blood clots in veins and arteries are more likely

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is it possible to get rid of ulcerative colitis?

There is no cure for ulcerative colitis at this time. The aims of treatment are to bring a person back to feel normal, and to minimize the number of flare-ups.

How frequent is Ulcerative Colitis, and who gets it?

In the United States, Ulcerative Colitis affects between 600,000 and 1.5 million individuals. Males and females are both impacted in the same way. Ulcerative colitis is more prevalent in industrialized nations, but it is also growing more prevalent in underdeveloped countries.

Does someone have Ulcerative Colitis because of diet?

There is no clear link between diet and Ulcerative Colitis. Dietary variables, on the other hand, may raise the chance of developing ulcerative colitis. Diets high in sugar, processed carbs, and fat, as well as diets poor in fiber, fruits, and vegetables, are more prevalent in ulcerative colitis patients.

Is Ulcerative Colitis curable?

There is no known cure for Ulcerative Colitis. It is a debilitating disease during which the symptoms persist for long periods of time. There are some periods of remission when the symptoms go away but they eventually do come back when exposed to triggers.

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