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Have you Tested Positive for COVID-19?

Join our COVID-19 Study in Michigan and help us find the breakthrough we’ve all been waiting for!

COVID-19 has affected approximately 260 million people worldwide and, it’s making a comeback.
The new COVID-19 variants including the Eris (EG.5), Delta and the Omicron variants are spreading across the world and causing global alarm. If you have symptoms of COVID-19, don’t wait! Participate in a research study that may be able to help you and millions of others all over the world.

Revival Research Institute is conducting phase 2 and phase 3 clinical trial for COVID-19 on medical devices and medications that may be able to help reduce symptoms of the virus.

*Your participation in the research study is free of cost to you and your insurance. You will receive payment for every visit to the site if you qualify. The Revival Research Institute will monetarily compensate eligible participants, who decide to participate, for their time and travel.

**Someone from the research staff will call you after you fill the form and will call you. They may ask you personal questions about your health and medical history. Your information will not be shared with anyone outside of the research staff. As per our Privacy Policy private and sensitive information of participants is safeguarded

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About COVID-19 Study

We’re conducting phase 2 and phase 3 research studies on multiple potential COVID-19 treatments including medical devices, oral medications, and injections that may be able to reduce the symptoms of COVID-19. Research studies like ours could help us understand the COVID-19 virus better and help healthcare providers all over the world better tackle this global pandemic. We can fight off the COVID-19 virus. But for that, we need to understand the disease better and learn about treatments that may be able to help our bodies fight the virus.

A positive test is a chance to help. If you think you have the symptoms of COVID-19 or have been diagnosed with it, you may benefit from participating in a clinical trial for COVID-19 in Michigan. Once you fill the online form, someone from our research staff will give you a call and ask you for details about your medical history. To complete the screening process, you may be invited to visit the site. Participants who qualify for the study and decide to participate will receive study-related care from an experienced healthcare/study staff including doctors and nurses.

*All eligible participants who decide to participate will be compensated for their time and travel for study-related purposes. Only study-related care will be free of cost to you or your private health insurance.

Get Started: What to Expect?

We’re inviting participants who’ve tested positive for COVID-19 to participate in a clinical trial for COVID-19 in Michigan that may be able to help people all over the world. All study-related tests and care will be provided at no cost for the participants or their private health insurance. Every volunteer will receive monetary compensation for their time and travel. Throughout the duration of your participation in the study, the research staff or the study doctor will be taking your vitals and conducting certain tests. This information will not be disclosed to anyone except for the research staff.

Before participating in the research study, our study doctor will take you through everything you need to know about the study. This includes the risks and benefits, compensation, treatment, and how much time will be needed to complete the study. Once you’ve had all your questions answered and feel comfortable participating in the study, you may be asked to sign an Informed Consent Form. We encourage all eligible participants to ask as many questions as they’d like and to only sign the Informed Consent Form once they feel comfortable and informed about the clinical trial for COVID-19 in Michigan.

*Once you fill the form, you may receive a call from someone on the research staff. You may be invited to the study site for a visit. This will decide if you are eligible to participate in our research study. If you are eligible and decide you participate, you may be asked to sign an Informed Consent Form. You will receive a copy of the document.

Clinical Trials for COVID-19

About COVID-19

covid-19 clinical study

The COVID-19 strain belongs to a family of viruses known as the Coronavirus. Coronaviruses are known to cause severe respiratory illnesses in humans. Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), the common cold, and the COVID-19 are the different strains of the coronavirus.

How Does COVID-19 Infect Us?

In the case of COVID-19, the virus enters the body through your mouth, nose, or eyes (directly from the airborne droplets or from the transfer of the virus from your hands to your face). The virus then travels to the back of your throat through the nasal passages. Once it reaches there, it multiplies and moves into your lungs. And from the lungs, it can easily spread to the rest of your body.

What Do We Need To Know About Variants?

The most recent variant includes the Eris (EG.5), Omicron, and the Delta variants of the coronavirus. The Eris strain is a newly emerging variant predominantly growing in the US and China. The Omicron variant has an unprecedented number of spike mutations, some of which are concerning due to their potential impact on the trajectory of the pandemic. The Delta and Omicron variants are mutations of the COVID-19 and are highly transmissible. Vaccines continue to reduce a person’s risk of contracting the virus that causes COVID-19, including both these variants. New variants of the virus have been expected to occur. Taking measures to reduce the spread of infection, including getting a COVID-19 vaccine, is the best way to slow the emergence of new variants.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will the COVID-19 Study in Michigan involve?

If you decide to participate in the clinical trial for COVID-19, your vitals and blood samples may be collected. The research staff may collect information with swabs, saliva, and blood samples to help us understand the safety, effectiveness, and tolerability of the medication or medical device.

Can the vaccine protect us from coronavirus infection?

The vaccine does not leave you immune to the coronavirus infection. However, it can substantially lower the risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19. FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines may be able to protect you against COVID-19 and its newer variant i.e. the Delta variant.

Will I be paid to participate in the research study?

You will receive study-related care including tests and study medication free of cost to both you and your health insurance. You will be paid to participate in the research study and will be compensated for your time and travel.

What is the purpose of COVID-19 research studies?

The purpose of the COVID-19 research studies is to determine whether a new treatment or vaccine works and if it is safe for people to use. COVID-19 research studies can help us understand the disease, how it transmits, and what we could do to stop it.

What are the latest variants of Coronavirus?

The latest variants of Coronavirus include the Eris (EG.5), Delta, and the Omicron variants. These variants of the coronavirus have undergone extensive mutations which makes them highly transmissible and contagious. Regardless of the variant, the best ways to prevent catching the virus include getting yourself and your loved ones vaccinated, wearing masks, washing hands, and maintaining social distance.

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