Are you a diabetic with Type 2 diabetes? If so, your help is needed! are currently investigating a number of new medicines designed to treat Type 2 diabetes. Therefore, they are looking for diabetics with Type 2 diabetes to participate in one of several clinical trials they conduct.
Every trial is subject to separate review by an independent government regulated ethics Committee and regulatory approval by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.
Trials are conducted at their two recently refurbished units within St George’s Hospital and Mayday Hospital. This setting offers you a safe and comfortable environment where they work closely with Hospital Consultants and Clinicians to ensure the research is meaningful, ethical and safe.
In return for your participation you will receive expert advice from specialist consultants, a comprehensive medical check up and payment in appreciation of your time.
You are eligible to register if you: are male or female, aged between 21 to 70 years of age and have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
If you are eligible to participate you will be paid around ?100 per day for your time, or alternatively your fee will be passed on to a charity of your choice.
For more information or to register please visit and quote reference T4PD

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