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Donate a Blood and Stool Sample for Crohn’s Research

If you are between 18 to 75 years old and you’ve been diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease, you are eligible to receive a $75 stipend  for providing a one-time blood and stool sample.

These samples are being collected anonymously and are being used for future Crohn’s research.


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Blood Donation for Future Crohn’s research

You are being asked to share your blood and stool with the study Sponsor, Precision for Medicine, a division of Precision Medical Group, who will provide these samples to medical researchers throughout the world who are searching for better methods of detecting and/or treating various diseases, that may include genetic testing.

Frequently Asked Questions
What does Crohn's disease mean?
  • Crohn’s disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). This long-term condition causes swollen and irritated digestive tract. If you are suffering from Crohn’s autoimmune disease, you may experience abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight-loss. Manifested symmptoms can affect the skin, kidney, liver, bones and it can develop at any age.
What are the symptoms of Crohn's disease?
  • There is no cure for Crohn’s disease at the moment. Crohn’s treatment options are intended to help and ease the pain, thus let the patient live an active life.
How much will the study cost?
  • There will be zero costs for the participant to take part in the Crohn sample collection study.
What if I am uninsured?
  • Proof of insurance is NOT required to participate in this study. All medical oversight over the course of your study participation is included.
What does investigational medication mean?
  • An Investigational medication (also known as investigational new drug) has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for testing in people in a clinical study, but has not been approved for general use, distribution or sale. It is through clinical research that these medications receive full approval by the FDA.
How will I be compensated for participating?
  • Participants receive a check following each study visit. For a Crohn sample collection, those that qualify and choose to participate could receive a total payment of up to $75.
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