Diabetes affects more than 23 million people in the U.S. People with diabetes have high blood sugar levels, either because their bodies are unable to make insulin (type 1 diabetes) or because their bodies don't respond to insulin (type 2 diabetes). Insulin is a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels and allows the body to use sugar for energy.
Although current medications can control blood sugar in some people, sometimes diabetes medications don't work, or stop working after years. That's why clinical research studies are hard at work researching ways to better control blood sugar.
We can help
At AcurianHealth, we're helping research doctors find people with diabetes who are looking for new options and treatments. If you're 18 or older and this describes you, don't delay - explore your research study options.
Get Started. See if you may qualify. Click here.
Participating in a research study gives you access to the very latest in medical research. Depending on which research study you qualify for, you may receive:
- Compensation up to $1,000
- Free study-related diabetes medication
- Free, confidential care from a local doctor
- Diet and exercise counseling