Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials

Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials CCCT has been established with the purpose of matching professionals carrying out clinical investiga

CCCT works closely with the public and the health care community to recruit qualified candidates for participation in clinical trials and scientific studies in order to test the efficacy of investigational medications and treatments. We treat our candidates with dignity, care, and consideration.

03/12/2020

When you receive treatment for pain, there is no way to accurately measure the percentage and duration of your pain relief.

Wilderman Medical Clinic has developed the Integral of Pain Relief (IPR) that measures both the percentage and duration of pain relief to better treat chronic pain patients. We are conducting an IPR study to collect data to validate this new measurement tool.

This study will focus on patients who suffer from osteoarthritis of the knee and we will be measuring the effectiveness of corticosteroid injections. This study will go a long way in improving pain relief interventions and treatment plans for any patients suffering from chronic pain.

If you or someone you know is suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee and is interested in our study, please contact us by phone: (905) 886-1212 ext: 206 or by email: [email protected]

03/03/2020

Ontario Study Seeks Participants with Chronic Migraine

Have you been treated with or been offered Botox for your chronic migraines? If so, you’re invited to share your treatment experience with us, in a short 30-minute telephone interview.

We want to better understand patients’ experiences with treatment for chronic migraines so that we can help improve treatment procedures. This will also provide important information to future chronic migraine treatment research.

We want to know why patients choose particular treatments, what they find effective, and why.

If you are interested in sharing your experience or have any questions, please email: [email protected] or call: 905-886-1212 ext. 206

02/25/2020

When you receive treatment for pain, there is no way to accurately measure the percentage and duration of your pain relief.

Wilderman Medical Clinic has developed the Integral of Pain Relief (IPR) that measures both the percentage and duration of pain relief to better treat chronic pain patients.
We are conducting an IPR study to collect data to validate this new measurement tool. This study will focus on patients who suffer from osteoarthritis of the knee and we will be measuring the effectiveness of corticosteroid injections.

This study will go a long way in improving pain relief interventions and treatment plans for any patients suffering from chronic pain. If you or someone you know is suffering from osteoarthritis in the knee and is interested in our study, please contact us by phone: (905) 886-1212 ext: 206 or by email: [email protected]

02/18/2020

Ontario Study Seeks Participants with Chronic Migraine

Have you been treated with or been offered Botox for your chronic migraines? If so, you’re invited to share your treatment experience with us, in a short 30-minute telephone interview.

We want to better understand patients’ experiences with treatment for chronic migraines so that we can help improve treatment procedures. This will also provide important information for future chronic migraine treatment research.

We want to know why patients choose particular treatments, what they find effective, and why.

If you are interested in sharing your experience or have any questions, please email: [email protected] or call: 905-886-1212 ext. 206

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02/11/2020
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01/10/2020

When you receive treatment for pain, there is no way to accurately measure the percentage and duration of your pain relief.
Wilderman Medical Clinic has developed the Integral of Pain Relief (IPR) that measures both the percentage and duration of pain relief to better treat chronic pain patients.

We are conducting an IPR study to collect data to validate this new measurement tool. This study will focus on patients who suffer from osteoarthritis of the knee and we will be measuring the effectiveness of corticosteroid injections.

This study will go a long way in improving pain relief interventions and treatment plans for any patients suffering from chronic pain. If you or someone you know is suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee and is interested in our study, please contact us by phone: (905) 886-1212 ext: 206 or by email: [email protected]

Check out this new chronic migraine study from Wilderman Medical Clinic!
01/08/2020

Check out this new chronic migraine study from Wilderman Medical Clinic!

Ontario Study Seeks Participants with Chronic Migraine

Have you been treated with or been offered Botox for your chronic migraines? If so, you’re invited to share your treatment experience with us, in a short 30-minute telephone interview.

We want to better understand patients’ experiences with treatment for chronic migraines so that we can help improve treatment procedures. This will also provide important information for future chronic migraine treatment research.

We want to know why patients choose particular treatments, what they find effective, and why.

If you are interested in sharing your experience or have any questions, please email: [email protected] call: 905-886-1212 ext. 206

There are an estimated 1 billion smokers around the world. We want to offer that billion a chance to join the other 6.6 ...
12/16/2019

There are an estimated 1 billion smokers around the world. We want to offer that billion a chance to join the other 6.6 billion non-smokers around the world.

Our clinical trial is joining cessation counseling with e-ci******es to see if it helps smokers quit for good. For more info, please visit us at https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/patients/current-trials/

"All I want for Christmas is to stop smoking!" We can help! Join our trial and we can help you quit with a combination o...
12/05/2019

"All I want for Christmas is to stop smoking!"

We can help! Join our trial and we can help you quit with a combination of e-ci******es and cessation counseling.

For more information about quitting smoking visit us here https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/patients/current-trials/

Smoking anytime is dangerous but smoking in the cold winter weather is even more dangerous for you and your loved ones. ...
11/28/2019

Smoking anytime is dangerous but smoking in the cold winter weather is even more dangerous for you and your loved ones.

Don't risk your health for one more winter. Join our clinical trial and quit smoking for good! For more information about our trial visit us here https://bit.ly/2NHhErf

We know you know the risks of smoking. Almost every smoker knows someone who died from a smoking-related illness. Yet, o...
11/21/2019

We know you know the risks of smoking.

Almost every smoker knows someone who died from a smoking-related illness. Yet, over 14 million Canadians still smoke. More than 50% of those smokers have tried to quit and failed. We get it, it's hard.

We want to help you finally give up this bad habit. Join our clinical trial to determine if a combination of e-ci******es and cessation counseling can help you quit. For more information, visit us at https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/patients/current-trials/

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What's better than an anti-aging lotion? Quitting smoking! Quitting helps clear up your skin and prevent premature aging...
11/15/2019

What's better than an anti-aging lotion? Quitting smoking!
Quitting helps clear up your skin and prevent premature aging and wrinkling skin.

Are you ready to break your bad habit and benefit from clear and younger-looking skin? Join our trial and help us determine if e-ci******es combined with smoking cessation counseling can help smokers quit.

Visit us here https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/patients/current-trials/ ******es

STAND states that on average, the life expectancy of a smoker is 10 years less than a nonsmoker. We don't want you to lo...
10/31/2019

STAND states that on average, the life expectancy of a smoker is 10 years less than a nonsmoker. We don't want you to lose those 10 years!

Together we'll take back time and help you plan for a longer future. Join our trial that combines e-ci******es with smoking cessation counseling to help quit smoking.

For more information or to sign up for our trial, visit us at https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you ******es

What happens to your body when you quit smoking?If you're ready to find out, consider helping others at the same time.Ch...
10/17/2019

What happens to your body when you quit smoking?

If you're ready to find out, consider helping others at the same time.
Check out the Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials' Smoking Cessation study.
This clinical trial aims to evaluate the efficacy of electronic cigarette use for smoking cessation.
The study’s purpose is to determine if combining e-ci******es with smoking cessation counseling can help more smokers quit. (Compared to smoking cessation counseling alone.)

To be considered for this study:
✅You must be able to travel to our facility located in Thornhill, Ontario.
☎ Please contact the Lead Clinical Research Coordinator, Polina Shvarts, at (905) 886-1212 (ext. 204) or (289) 597-0106 (ext. 2) for inquires.
You may also email [email protected] or register on our website https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you/

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"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by t...
10/14/2019

"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." - John F. Kennedy

Happy Thanksgiving!
What are you thankful for?

Smoking ci******es can be life-changing and so can type 2 diabetes.SmokeFree reports that a 2014 Surgeon General’s Repor...
10/11/2019

Smoking ci******es can be life-changing and so can type 2 diabetes.

SmokeFree reports that a 2014 Surgeon General’s Report uncovered that smoking is a cause of type 2 diabetes.
“Smokers have a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes than do nonsmokers,” the study says. “The risk of developing diabetes increases with the number of ci******es smoked per day.”

Ready to break your bad habit?
Click this link https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you

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Read morehttps://www.cdc.gov/to***co/data_statistics/sgr/50th-anniversary/pdfs/fs_smoking_diabetes_508.pdf

The numbers don’t lie, smoking ci******es is deadly.The Canadian Cancer Society reports that a study published by the Co...
10/03/2019

The numbers don’t lie, smoking ci******es is deadly.

The Canadian Cancer Society reports that a study published by the Conference Board of Canada revealed that “smoking causes more than 45,000 deaths in Canada annually, which is nearly 1 in 5 of all deaths (18.4%) in the country.”

Ready to break your bad habit?

Click this link https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you

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Did you know that smoking ci******es changes your blood pressure?⁣⁣The American Heart Association states that although a...
09/26/2019

Did you know that smoking ci******es changes your blood pressure?⁣

The American Heart Association states that although a direct connection between smoking and high blood pressure is still being examined, this bad habit can impact you in more ways than one.⁣

“Both smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke increase the risk for the buildup of fatty substances (plaque) inside the arteries (atherosclerosis) — a process that high blood pressure is known to accelerate,” the Association explains. “Every time you smoke, it also causes a temporary increase in blood pressure.” ⁣

Ready to break your bad habit? Click this link https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you⁣

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Read more https://www.heart.org/en/health-topics/high-blood-pressure/changes-you-can-make-to-manage-high-blood-pressure/smoking-high-blood-pressure-and-your-health

If you had the option to stop smoking ci******es, would you?Quitting smoking can give you a whole new lease on life. Meg...
09/19/2019

If you had the option to stop smoking ci******es, would you?

Quitting smoking can give you a whole new lease on life. Meg Selig, author of “Changepower! 37 Secrets to Habit Change Success” and ex-smoker, told Psychology Today that she wishes she was kinder to herself during her exit from the bad habit.

“Looking back, I’m sorry I was not able to be more compassionate with myself,” Selig said. “Research now tells us that ‘despising’ oneself only leads to more guilt—and giving in to one’s habit to feel better. Nevertheless I managed to muddle through, focusing on my motivators of ‘family’ and ‘breathing free.’ This time I did not relapse, even once.”

Be kind to yourself and give your health a second chance.

Ready to quit? Click this link https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you

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Read the full article here https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/changepower/201306/i-quit-how-quitting-smoking-transformed-my-entire-life

How would you classify your level of cigarette smoking?Were you a social smoker that gradually found yourself smoking mo...
09/12/2019

How would you classify your level of cigarette smoking?

Were you a social smoker that gradually found yourself smoking more and more each day?

According to Harvard Health, being a “light smoker” doesn’t save you from the risks that come with ci******es.

“Smoking one to four ci******es a day, for example, increases the risk of heart disease almost as much as smoking a pack a day,” the university writes in their Harvard Heart Letter. “Telling yourself, and your doctor, that you aren't a smoker doesn't negate these hazards, and it does keep you from getting help to quit smoking completely.”

If you’re considering quitting ci******es for good, consider joining our clinical trial.

The objective of the Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials Smoking Cessation study is to evaluate the efficacy of electronic cigarette use for smoking cessation.

We’re trying to determine if combining e-ci******es with smoking cessation counselling can help more smokers quit. (Compared to smoking cessation counselling alone.)

Learn more about this trial on our website https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you

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Read about more social smoking here https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/light-and-social-smoking-carry-cardiovascular-risks

"One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the h...
09/11/2019

"One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice.”—Former President George W. Bush

We will always remember where we were on September 11th, 2001. Thank you to the brave men and women who risked their lives to save others during this catastrophic event.

Smoking ci******es changes your body. This deadly habit also changes your blood. 💉🚬In addition to affecting your lungs, ...
09/05/2019

Smoking ci******es changes your body. This deadly habit also changes your blood. 💉🚬

In addition to affecting your lungs, brain and heart, Smokefree reports that ci******es make your blood sticky.

“The stickier the blood, the harder your heart must work to move it around your body,” writes the National Cancer Institute. “Sticky blood is also more likely to form blood clots that block blood flow to your heart, brain, and legs. Over time, thick, sticky blood damages the delicate lining of your blood vessels. This damage can increase your risk for a heart attack or stroke.”

If you’re thinking about quitting ci******es, consider joining our clinical trial to help others who are also trying to quit.

The Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials Smoking Cessation study aims to evaluate the efficacy of electronic cigarette use for smoking cessation.

The study’s purpose is to determine if combining e-ci******es with smoking cessation counselling can help more smokers to quit. (Compared to smoking cessation counselling alone.)

Learn more on our website https://clinicaltrialscanada.com/are-you-a-smoker-want-to-quit-smoking-cessation-trial-for-you

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Read about more risks here https://smokefree.gov/quit-smoking/why-you-should-quit/health-effects

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Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials is looking for people suffering from complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) to help them in their study, which aims to assess how well a trial medication works.

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Are you trying to quit smoking? If so, Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials’ new Smoking Cessation study might be for you.

View their latest post for more information.
“Courage is not having the strength to go on; it is going on when you don’t have the strength.” - Theodore Roosevelt

Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials wants to help those experiencing the painful effects of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) by testing a medication that has the potential to relieve symptoms.

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