Current diabetes medications don't work well for everyone
Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, representing about 90 percent of diabetes cases worldwide. With proper treatment and care, many people with type 2 diabetes live their lives without major troubles. But medications to control blood sugar don't work well for everyone, so researchers are working to develop new medications for the treatment of diabetes.
Doctors are testing an investigational study medication
Local doctors are looking for people with type 2 diabetes for a clinical research study of an investigational diabetes medication. (Investigational means it isn't approved for the public yet.) People who qualify for this research study may have the opportunity to try this study medication. They may also receive study-related care at no cost, and compensation for time and travel.
If you're interested in exploring this option, click the link to the online questionnaire to get started.