Brought to you by Atlantia Clinical Trials.
It’s often dismissed as a ‘women’s problem’.
But if you endure the misery of recurring urinary tract infections, it’s important not to suffer in silence.
If you’re looking for ways to get to the root of the issue, a Cork-based nutrition company is offering confidential help to sufferers… and they’ll even pay you to take part in their latest research.
Atlantia signs up thousands of participants each year in Cork for a range of exciting human health studies, which all focus on finding natural approaches to health and disease prevention.
Their latest study aims to evaluate the effect of a probiotic product on reducing the incidence of UTIs in women who experience recurrent UTIs.
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Atlantia is recruiting women in Cork aged between 18 and 65 to take part in the six-month study, which will involve five clinic visits.
Participants that complete the study will receive a generous €600 reimbursement. You can also earn an extra €50 if you refer a friend and they end up participating.
How do I apply?
To qualify as a suitable candidate for the constipation study, you must be happy to take a probiotic supplement (or placebo) and attend the clinic five times over seven months.
First, fill out the pre-screening questionnaire here.
Participants will also complete a daily eDiary app about any UTI symptoms and be willing to provide blood, urine, and vaginal sample collections at four visits.
To complete an eligibility survey or to learn more about participating in a food study with Atlantia see atlantiaclinicaltrials.com/cork, email: [email protected] or phone 021 430 7442 for more information.