Study Opportunities

Recently Diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer or Advanced Adenoma?


A brighter future starts with you. Join important research for a new blood test to detect colorectal cancer at its earliest, most treatable stages.

– For patients 18 and older with colorectal cancer or advanced adenoma, with plans for surgical removal

– You will be compensated for your time and required blood sample

Call Alinea to see if you qualify for this study.

Suffer From Constipation?


Constipation can be uncomfortable – bloating, cramping, straining.

Alinea is seeking adults suffering from chronic constipation for an upcoming clinical trial.

All study-related care is provided at no cost. No insurance required. Alinea Clinical Research is offering an investigational capsule for relieving your constipation. We are seeking people age 22 years and above who are living with chronic constipation that would like to try something other than medication, to take part in a clinical study.

Contact us for enrollment details.

Learn About Future Studies with Alinea


Please check back here frequently to learn about new studies we are hosting. Remember, participants in a professional clinical trial may have opportunities to earn compensation, receive free medical care, have access to new medications, contribute to innovations in medicine and help many other people.

Email or call to learn more.

Observational Cancer Study by the Kotsanis Institute

If you or a loved one has cancer, this is your opportunity to participate in an observational study. This 5-year study is designed to measure participants' quality of life during late stage cancer treatment. 

Performing this IPTLD (Insulin Potentiation Target Low Dose Therapy) Outcome Study with the Oversight of an Institutional Review Board enables the Best Answer for Cancer Foundation to sponsor a network of physicians and researchers who conduct each study independently. 

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The IPTLD Outcome Study is an observational study for Stages I-IV to explore IPTLD in regards to participants' quality of life. Historically, similar tests suggest that using this therapy may result in higher levels of quality of life.