Type 2 Diabetes

To enable us to assess your suitability for upcoming clinical trials please answer the following question(s):


I have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes?



Diabetes is a lifelong metabolic disorder that affects around 370 million adults worldwide. The symptoms typically leave you feeling thirsty, very tired, with the need to pass urine more frequently and if left untreated can cause serious health complications. Diabetes can also put an extra strain on your heart and increase the risk of having a heart attack or stroke, especially if you already have a cardiac risk factor.

If you live with type 2 diabetes, you’ll appreciate the importance of looking after your health very carefully, making lifestyle changes to minimise your risk of developing complications. If this is you, we would like to invite you to contact us to find out more about clinical trials into diabetic conditions.

Male & Female
Type 2 Diabetes

Why take part?

As one of the largest and most recognised clinical study organisations in the world, Synexus provides a friendly relaxed environment where you have the opportunity to help others and maybe also yourself. Millions of people lack the treatment they need to manage their conditions. Your participation in the study could potentially help you with your diabetes, but its main purpose is to develop the study medicine to help future generations.

All study is complimentary and we can reimburse you for reasonable travel expenses to and from our clinics.

We are sure you probably have more questions about the study, and Synexus would be happy to take the time to give you more details.

All Synexus studies are approved by an independent ethics committee.

Recruiting at the following locations

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Still unsure?

Feel free to call us on 0800 027 2269 to find out more about this study. Please quote reference code "136661".


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