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Development of Prognostic Platelet RNA Biomarkers to Tailor Antiplatelet Therapy
Healthy volunteers and people with Type 2 Diabetes are needed to participate in an aspirin research study at the Duke Clinical Research Unit. The study will evaluate the effect of aspirin and ticagrelor (an antiplatelet agent similar to aspirin) on the genomic profiles of whole blood and platelets.
Study participation will involve 5 or 6 visits to the DCRU over the course of approximately 5 months. The aspirin & ticagrelor therapy for participants will last 16 weeks. Financial compensation is provided for participation. (REF# 00048621)
The Glycemia Reduction Approaches in Diabetes: A Comparative Effectiveness Study (Grade Study)
Are you at least 30 years old and recently been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes? If so, you may qualify for a research study. To join, you should be taking only metformin to control your blood sugars. If you participate, you will receive your diabetes drugs, exams and lab tests ... all at no cost to you. To see if you qualify for the GRADE Study, call Duke Medicine at 919 681-3574. (REF# 00044255)
Researchers are seeking healthy volunteers for participation in a study aimed at reducing the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes in at-risk individuals. (REF# 16540)
Dietary Nitrate to Augment Exercise Training Benefits in DM+PAD
We are seeking approximately 28 people (ages 40-80) with peripheral arterial disease and type II diabetes. This study is based at the Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory at the Duke Center for Living campus. (REF# Pro00039608)
A research study to compare the effects of 2 types of dietary fiber on blood sugar levels in subjects with pre-type 2 diabetes
This is a study for people who are 18 years or older and who have been told that they are at risk for developing Type 2 diabetes or that they have pre-Type 2 diabetes. (REF# 00031542)
Diabetes Food and Mood Study
Patients with type 1 diabetes are needed for a study examining the relationship diabetics have with eating and weight. (REF# 31840)