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Clinical research trials


Clinical research department

Contact us (920) 272-3336

A clinical trial (also called a clinical research study) is a research study in human volunteers to answer specific health questions. Carefully conducted clinical trials are the fastest and safest way to find treatments that work in people and find ways to improve health.


Why clinical research trials?

Clinical trials are important
Today, people are living longer lives from successful treatments that are the results of past clinical trials. Through clinical trials, researchers and doctors are able to answer specific questions about the treatment of a specific health issue. These can include testing new drugs or devices for safety and effectiveness, comparing existing treatments or studying new ways to use existing medications.

Advancements in medical treatments
Being involved in a research study allows you to play a more active role in your own health care, help others by contributing to the research that advances treatments, and possibly gain access to new research treatments before they are available to the general public.


Current enrollment for clinical trials

Prevea Health is currently enrolling patients with the following medical conditions into clinical trials. Please contact the study staff to learn more by calling (920) 272-3336.
Medical Condition Pediatric/Adult Enrollment information Additional information
High cholesterol Adult (55 or older) Enrollment ongoing High cholesterol with a history of a heart attack, stroke or peripheral artery disease, age 55 or older. Click here to learn more.
Prevea Research adds clinical trial studies on an ongoing basis. Please check back as we will be enrolling in additional clinical research studies soon.

Frequently asked questions on clinical trials


If you or someone you know may be interested in participating in a clinical trial, please call Prevea Clinical Research at (920) 272-3336.

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