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Struggling with a medical condition? Looking for options?
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We are dedicated to helping you understand your condition.
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We’re here to answer your questions.
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This could be a
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Since 1976, we’ve been helping people just like you.
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You are important to us.
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You are not alone.

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Welcome to Summit Research Network

Working together for better future treatments and better health.

We’ve been providing quality research and patient care since 1976. For many, we are the first step in getting help and gaining information about a medical illness or condition. Our team of doctors, nurses and clinicians are researching to find more effective medications and medical advancements.

Currently Enrolling Research Studies
The list below represents clinical trials that are currently enrolling. See a list of all of the conditions we study.
Currently Enrolling
Memory Loss
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Early signs that memory loss may actually be the onset of Alzheimer's Disease include trouble with names, repeating words, short-term memory loss and agitation.
Currently Enrolling
Fibromyalgia
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All-over pain, body aches, fatigue, tenderness, trouble sleeping and mental fogginess are all symptoms of fibromyalgia.
Currently Enrolling
Migraine
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Migraines are debilitating and painful. Migraine symptoms include a pounding headache, nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light.
Currently Enrolling
Obesity
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Millions of Americans are significantly overweight. The good news is even a small amount of weight loss may improve your overall health.
Currently Enrolling
PTSD
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PTSD can occur after someone has experienced a traumatic and/or terrifying event, such as a sexual or physical assault, the unexpected death of a loved one, or a natural disaster.
Currently Enrolling
Treatment Resistant Depression
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Antidepressants aren't always enough for people suffering from depression. Some who take antidepressants don't get the relief they are looking for.