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Clinical studies may be an option for those with a treatment-resistant disease or disorder

TEMECULA — According to Viking Clinical Research, a clinical research study may be a good option for those who suffer from a treatment-resistant disease or disorder.

If eligible, patients can expect to receive a physical examination including laboratory tests, ECG’s and visits with board-certified physicians during their study-participation..

All study patients who qualify will be compensated, at each visit, for time and travel. (The amount may vary and is study-specific). Insurance is not billed for study related assessments.

Viking Clinical Research is currently conducting research in the areas of:



Major Depression

General Anxiety Disorder


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Professional, confidential and physician-supervised clinical trials are conducted. Viking Clinical Research Center is committed to their patients, their safety and to their sponsor pharmaceutical companies. Their research professionals have been involved in clinical trials since 1996 and have enrolled subjects in over two hundred research protocols since then. Their professional team consists of Physicians, Study Coordinators, Masters-Level Assessment Coordinators and certified phlebotomists.

To learn more, call 951-695-6238 or visit

Submitted by Viking Clinical Research.


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