Think you’ve tried everything to manage your weight? Think again!

Take charge of your weight management journey by exploring research study participation options.

Weight management is more than numbers on a scale

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Obesity is linked to up to half of new diabetes cases in the U.S. yearly.

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Weight loss can improve quality of life by decreasing the risk of diseases like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and certain cancers.

2.8 million

At least 2.8 million adults die each year as a result of being overweight or obese.

Hear from others who have participated in clinical research.

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“I wholeheartedly hope other people will step up and do it, so they have enough people to fully carry this through.”


Clinical Trial Participant

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“I think that people should try to help other islanders by getting this study going, and I think you should do it.”


Clinical Trial Participant

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“People have to step up and be part of the solution.
It’s nothing to be afraid of.”


Clinical Trial Participant

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“We need people to participate in studies to be able to get these things out there and get them approved.”


Clinical Trial Participant

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.

You can impact the future of weight management.

We are offering participation options for various clinical research studies.

By participating, you may:

  • Learn whether your weight can be potentially managed differently to improve your health and quality of life
  • Receive study-related testing and/or treatment at no cost
  • Receive financial compensation for time and travel
  • Help improve weight management for future generations
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