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There are many different ways to participate in research. Find the best fit for you! Have 5 minutes and don’t want to leave your house? There’s a study for that. Looking for treatment options and want to consider a clinical trial? There’s a study for that, too. And everything in between.

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We’re glad you’re here! It’s important that you feel comfortable with your decision to be a part of research and that you understand what’s involved in different kinds of studies. Whether you are interested in a clinical trial or a research study, we’ll help you introduce you to the basics and answer any questions you have. Research is completely voluntary and it’s always your choice.

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We are dedicated to improving the lives of North Carolinians and beyond, but we can’t do it alone! Every day, participants are joining researchers to make a difference. Explore some of the incredible discoveries that have happened right here in North Carolina, meet former participants, and learn why our researchers do what they do.

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