Struggling to control your type 2 diabetes?

Uncontrolled type 2 diabetes can cause serious health problems that affect your heart, kidneys, liver and other vital organs. If you need a different option to options to help manage your sugar levels, consider a research study.

How much do you know about type 2 diabetes?

25% of people

25% of people with diabetes don’t know they have it.

Nervous system, blood vesels, all body.

The nervous system, eyes, teeth, gums, coronary arteries, kidneys, blood vessels, feet, and skin can be negatively affected by diabetes.

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Maintaining a healthy weight can have a positive impact on your diabetes and may allow for a decrease or elimination of medications.

Hear from others who have participated in clinical research.

Testimonials provided by trial participants are personal experiences and do not necessarily represent the views of the trial sponsor or Care Access. They are not a substitute for medical advice, and the results of the trial may vary based on individual circumstances. Always consult with your healthcare provider before making any medical decisions.

Why consider research?

Care Access is at the leading edge of type 2 diabetes research. We are offering participation options for various clinical research studies.

Eligible participants may receive:

  • Study-related care at no cost
  • Study vaccine or placebo at no cost
  • Compensation for time and travel
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What is type 2 diabetes mellitus?

Type 2 diabetes mellitus is the scientific name for type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is diagnosed when your pancreas cannot produce enough of the hormone, insulin, that regulates the amount of glucose (sugar) found in your blood.

What are pre-diabetes symptoms?

Pre-diabetes symptoms may include increased thirst and hunger, frequent urination, fatigue, blurry vision, numbness or tingling in the hands or feet, reoccurring infections, or slow healing of skin injuries. If you are experiencing any of these pre-diabetes symptoms, you may be able to reverse the progression with careful diet and exercise.

What is the latest in type 2 diabetes treatments?

There are several new type 2 diabetes treatment options that are recently being used, or currently being researched. Some type 2 diabetes treatments that are recently approved within the last 5 years are, pen injections that are insulin replacements that may help your body produce more insulin on its own and continuous glucose monitoring paired with mobile glucose monitoring applications. Fill out the above form to learn about type 2 diabetes treatment options currently available through research participation.

What are the available type 2 diabetes medication options?

Type 2 diabetes medication options are prescribed based off how much (or how little) insulin you need to supplement to keep your blood glucose level at a healthy level. Some patients benefit from medications like metformin alone or combined with insulin or types of insulin replacement options. It’s best to work closely with your healthcare providers to monitor and regulate your type 2 diabetes medication. Those that participate in a research study receive access to the newest type 2 diabetes medication combinations and care options.