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New IBS-D supplement and how it could affect stomach pain and diarrhoea (Australia)

Jeffrey Roberts

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Jeffrey Roberts

We are inviting people with IBS-D to join a clinical study in Australia:

💡 Help researchers learn more about a new IBS supplement and how it could affect stomach pain and diarrhoea.

💡 Qualify to take part and you could receive study-related care at no cost, as well as compensation.

The study is expected to last approximately 12 weeks. This includes:

  • Completing online questionnaires about your IBS symptoms
  • 3 in-person visits to the clinic
  • 2 week screening period
  • 8 week treatment period
  • 2 week follow-up period

In order to be eligible to participate in the study, you must meet all of the following:

  • You are aged 18 to 65 years old
  • You have diarrhoea predominant IBS

Here is a list of the sites that are currently recruiting for this study:

  • ACT, Bruce - Paratus Clinical Research Canberra
  • NSW, Blacktown  - Paratus Clinical Research Western Sydney
  • NSW, Kanwal - Paratus Clinical Research Central Coast
  • SA, Adelaide - CSIRO Nutrition and Health Research Clinic
  • QLD, Albion - Paratus Clinical Research Brisbane

>> Learn more about this study here.


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  • 1 month later...

Hello. Are you still recruiting volunteers for research? I have problems with being overweight, and I would like to participate in research related to testing supplements for weight loss.

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Now there are many supplements for various purposes that a person pursues. Of course, it is important to test new supplements since many of them are supplied to pharmacies in third-world countries without conducting any research. But I prefer to buy already proven supplements because I don't want to risk my health. Now I use supplements from Rats Army for muscle growth and some vitamins because I do not have time to eat fully due to a very active work schedule.

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