Why Participate in a Clinical Study?

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If you’ve ever taken any medication, you’ve benefited from a clinical trial. You might be asking yourself, why participate in a clinical study? Clinical Studies are necessary for medical advances. They look at new ways to prevent, detect and treat various ailments and are a great opportunity for volunteer participants to receive medical treatment at

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Meet Our Dermatologist – Dr. Christina Feser, DO, FAAD, FAOCD

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Dr. Christina Feser, an Iowa native, joined IC Research in February of 2015.  Dr. Feser specializes in both medical and cosmetic dermatology, including the treatment of acne, psoriasis, eczema, hair loss, skin cancer and disorders of the nails.  She treats both pediatric and adult patients. Dr. Feser earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology

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Refer a Friend, Get $50!

Refer a friend, Get $50

Tell your friends and family about International Clinical Research Studies!  Refer a friend or family member and if they enroll in a study, we’ll give you $50! It’s easy! Just fill out an application form and answer “How Did You Hear About Us?” with “Refer a Friend” (this is where your name goes) or you

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What is Vitiligo?

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Vitiligo is a medical condition in which patches of skin lose their color. This occurs when melanocytes, the cells responsible for making skin pigment, are destroyed. Vitiligo can affect any part of the body, and it can occur in people of any age, ethnicity, or sex. Contrary to popular belief, vitiligo is not a cosmetic

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The Facts About Atopic Dermatitis

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Atopic Dermatitis, which is a severe form of Eczema, is a chronic and relapsing disease believed to be related to an over-reactive immune system.  It is a very common disease that affects children and adults.  In fact, Atopic Dermatitis is believed to affect up to 20% of all children and up to 10% of all

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How Does Endometriosis Affect Women?

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Endometriosis is a common painful condition that affects women.  The tissue that lines the inner cavity of the woman’s uterus (womb) is called endometrium.  Endometriosis occurs when this tissue grows outside the uterus on other areas inside the body (i.e.: ovaries, outer wall of the uterus, fallopian tubes) where it should not grow. Doctors do

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