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A Chance for You to Volunteer in COVID/Flu Vaccine Research

Participate In mRNA COVID/Flu Vaccine Trials In Southfield, Michigan!

Usually, there are different vaccines for different types of viruses. But this revolutionary investigative mRNA COVID and flu vaccine is a single shot intended to improve one’s immunity. With just one vaccine dosage, people may be safeguarded against these potentially lethal diseases.

Revival Research Institute is at the forefront of this, spearheading mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan. These trials aim to evaluate the safety and efficacy of this vaccine in older individuals, which has the potential to stimulate the body’s immune response, equipping it with the means to combat the flu.

You may be eligible for the mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan, if you:

  • Are 50 years or older
  • Have not been vaccinated for COVID-19 or influenza in the past 6 months

*Additional Criteria may apply.

We invite participants to participate in our mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield Michigan. This could be the breakthrough we need to fight against the flu and COVID-19.

*To participate in the mRNA COVID-19 and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan, please fill out the form so that someone from our research team will give you a call.
**The study vaccine and study-related care will be provided at no cost. If you decide to participate, there is no requirement for insurance.

Please provide YOUR contact information only.
mRNA COVID and Flu Vaccine Trials in Sterling Heights, Michigan

About mRNA COVID and Flu Vaccine Trials in Southfield, Michigan

Revival Research Institute is conducting phase 3 mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan. This study aims to determine the safety and efficacy of the experimental vaccine with the hope that it can help older people develop antibodies that may help fight off COVID-19 and flu. Offering a combined vaccine for both COVID-19 and flu may result in higher vaccination rates in the future.

The investigational vaccine may help your body develop antibodies by activating your immune system using mRNA. Therefore, participation in the mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan could be a potential breakthrough in our fight against COVID-19 and flu. If you are eligible to participate and decide to take part, you will be assigned to one of four groups where you might receive the study drug, placebo, or quadrivalent inactivated influenza vaccine (QIV), approved by health authorities.

*Participating in the mRNA COVID-19 and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan is completely voluntary. You can discontinue or stop taking part at any time.

**There will be other study requirements the study team will discuss with you if you decide to participate in this study.

Get Started: What to Expect?

If you meet the study criteria for the mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan, you will be randomly assigned to one of four groups that will receive different quantities of the study drug in combination with placebo or quadrivalent inactivated influenza vaccine (QIV) that has been approved by the appropriate health authorities. Every participant will have an equal chance of receiving the investigational vaccine or the licensed flu shot. Neither you nor your study doctor and certain members of the research team will know which flu vaccine you receive.

After you fill out the form above, someone from our research team will give you a call. If you fit the study’s eligibility criteria, someone from our research team will invite you to the study site’s location (within a 50-mile radius). Before you decide to participate, our study team will brief you on all details about participating in the clinical trial, including the risks and benefits. Throughout the study, the research team will monitor any side effects. If you develop any symptoms, you may contact the research staff.

Condition

COVID-19 & Flu Vaccine (Healthy Volunteers)

Length of Study

Approx. 6 months

No. of Visits

4 visits

Why Volunteer?

COVID 19 and flu vaccine trials

Volunteering in mRNA COVID-19 and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan may help towards the development of a single vaccine that could prevent people from acquiring both COVID-19 and influenza. This could mean less cumbersome vaccination scheduling and more people being immunized.

Along with this, participating in our clinical trials offers a unique opportunity to access enhanced care provided by expert physicians, gain access to investigational vaccines, contribute to the advancement of research, and possibly receive compensation for your time and travel. Your involvement not only benefits your health but also plays a vital role in advancing medical treatments, making a positive impact on the future of healthcare.

Join us and be part of the progress towards a healthier world.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan for healthy people?

Yes, this clinical trial is enrolling adult participants who are stable and in good health.

Where can I receive my vaccination shots?

Our mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials are currently being conducted in Southfield, Michigan. You may want to stay in touch with the study team to keep updated regarding our clinical trials.

What will participants receive in this trial?

You will receive a couple of vaccine shots which would be a combination of the study drug (in different concentrations), placebo, or QIV. Neither you nor the study staff will know who receives which shot.

How will the vaccine trials benefit you?

Through your participation in the mRNA COVID and flu vaccine trials in Southfield, Michigan, you may be able to help advance vaccine research. Along with this you may receive access to enhanced care by expert physicians, access to novel investigational vaccines, and compensation for time and travel.

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