VOLUNTEER FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH

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What is a clinical research trial?

Clinical research is medical research that involves everyday people like you. When you volunteer to take part in clinical research, you help doctors and researchers learn more about disease and improve health care for people in the future. Clinical research includes all research that involves people. 

When studies are completed, researchers share the information with other doctors around the world. The results from these studies often help doctors provide better and improved care to their patients. 

 

 

 

RESEARCH TRIALS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE HAWAI'I CENTER FOR AIDS

 

Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19?

Studying the use of blood pressure medication for the reduction of pulmonary and cardiac complications in COVID-19 Patients

Are you concerned about anal cancer?

Hawaii center for AIDS is participating in a study that is looking at tests that can be done together with an anal pap smear to identify abnormal anal cells.

Are you living with HIV?

Studying Metformin for beneficial effects against diseases related to aging.

 

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HHHRC RELEASES 2019 SYRINGE EXCHANGE ANNUAL REPORT

Hawai῾i Health & Harm Reduction Center released our latest annual report outlining the ongoing successes of Hawaiʿi’s publicly-funded statewide syringe access program (SEP), which began in 1989 to curb the spread of HIV/AIDS. Over 1.18 million syringes were exchanged during the report’s 2019 time frame.