|Trial Type||Short Description||Gender||Age Group||Learn More||Register|
|Depression||Depression – Partial Response to current Depression Medication||Both||18 to 65||Register|
|Depression||Depression||Both||18 to 65||Register|
What We Do
Clinical Trials Technology specializes in clinical research studies for the treatment of many medical and psychiatric conditions. Our goal is to aid the medical community in development of effective, affordable treatments and medication for problematic conditions, including - but not limited to - the following: ADHD, Chronic Pain (Lower Back, Hip and Knee), Depression (With Associated Physical Painful Syndrome), Female Sexual Dysfunction, Diabetic Nerve Pain.
Depression affects over 19 million people worldwide and is a growing problem among people of all ages and backgrounds. CTT is committed to finding solutions for those who suffer from this debilitating condition.
Join us for an upcoming clinical research study in Kansas City.
Do you suffer from joint pain -swelling-stiffness? CTT conducts many trials in this area. Arthritis pain affects millions of people every day and yet finding effective treatments remains a difficult challenge for the medical community.
Participate in one of our clinical trials and contribute to the development of a new drug or treatment. Please register online or contact us today!
Do you suffer from chronic pain? CTT conducts many trials in this area. Chronic pain affects millions of people every day and yet finding effective treatments remains a difficult challenge for the medical community.
Participate in one of our clinical trials and contribute to the development of a new drug or treatment. Join us for an upcoming clinical study in Kansas City.
Should you participate in clinical research?
People participate in clinical research for a variety of reasons. People who volunteer for phase II and phase III trials can gain access to promising drugs long before these compounds are approved for the marketplace. They typically get excellent care from the physicians during the course of the study.