Type II Diabetes - Atlanta GA (Clinical Trial # 6796)

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City: Atlanta
State: Ga
Zip Code: 30308
Study summary: We are currently recruiting patients who have Type 2 Diabetes who are willing to participate in a research study in this area. The study is assessing whether a new medication that is given once a week via an injection will help treat people with Type 2 diabetes.
Qualified participants must: • Have Type 2 Diabetes
• Be willing to inject yourself up to 2 times daily
• Currently be taking up to 3 diabetes medications by mouth
• Be willing to change from current diabetes medication to Metformin and Actos
Participants may receive: Qualified participants will receive at no charge physical exams, routine labs, study related assessments, study medications, and supervision by a local, experienced study physician.
 
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