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Clinical Research Facility in Dayton, Ohio

Midwest Clinical Research Center was founded to serve a real need for a high quality clinical research unit. Our clinical research facility in Dayton has the experience to conduct safe, precise, well controlled clinical research with new and existing drugs.

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Stress, uncertainty, fear, and grief became a part of us all in 2020 and still clings to most. It’s a new year and a perfect time to resolve to take care of your mind, along with your body. 2020 took a toll on people’s mental health. Joining research studies are

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5 Reasons to Participate in a Clinical Trial!

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Over 460 million people around the world have diabetes. It is in the top 10 causes of death and is estimates show grow to over 570 million diagnosed by 2030. That is half a billion people, and there’s no question why diabetes is a global issue. Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is the

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