Are you an adult aged 40 or older that is interested in helping advance modern screening tools by learning about your own health?
This is an opportunity for you to participate in a paid clinical trial that tests for colon cancer without colonoscopy.
Your colon is also commonly known as the large bowel or large intestine. It works as a crucial part of your body’s digestive system to process the food you eat into energy.
To regulate its health, doctors will routinely conduct colonoscopies, which are exams that used to detect changes within your colon. However, because they can be invasive on behalf of the patient, one new product is aiming to change how the health of your colon can be monitored.
Lynn Health Science Institute (LHSI) is on the lookout for adult men and women aged 40 and older in Little Rock, Arkansas to take part in a paid clinical study that tests the accuracy and effectiveness of a product called Cologuard in detecting colorectal cancer compared to standard procedures.
By participating, you’ll learn more about the health of your colon through a free screening test. Let’s take a look at the other benefits you can enjoy in this paid clinical trial that tests for colon cancer without a colonoscopy.
Paid Clinical Trial Detecting Colorectal Cancer
Because this trial requires that you visit the screening site, you will be paid up to a total of $475 for full completion of the study. You’ll receive $100 for every enrollment visit, $75 for every stool sample collection and send-off, and $300 for completing a colonoscopy procedure.
Screening Tests and Procedures at No Cost
You need neither funds nor healthcare insurance to participate. This clinical trial can help you learn more about your own health through free screening procedures, allowing you to safeguard your colon right away. It provides you an opportunity to access healthcare without costly expenses standing as a barrier.
Access Expert Medical Care
Your health is in good hands thanks to the reputable medical organizations and facilities LHSI partners with. Every study you participate in will allow you to be taken care of by experts in healthcare leading at the forefront of modern medicine.
How to Detect Colon Cancer Without Colonoscopy
Let’s take a closer look at your eligibility for the clinical trial’s Exact Sciences mt-sDNA 2.0 stool screening tests.
The test is called Cologuard, which is a multi-target stool DNA test approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in patients 45 years or older who are at average risk for colorectal cancer.
You may be eligible to participate if you:
- If you are an adult male or female aged 40 years or older
- If you have no signs and symptoms that require immediate, or near term, referral for diagnostic or therapeutic colonoscopy
- If you reside within or near Little Rock, Arkansas
Here at The Lynn Institute, we have emerged as a front-runner among clinical research centers. We have conducted more than 800 clinical trials, working with over 250 pharmaceutical companies and contract medical research organizations.
If you’re interested in learning more about participating in this clinical trial, don’t hesitate to contact us today.