Thursday, 27 October 2011

Peyronie's Disease Clinical Research

The company have since contacted me to inform me that they did not receive the contract to carry out this research, so I have removed identifying information. In this kind of thing happens again, I won't be featuring any future research studies, as it's just a waste of peoples' time.

Dear Administrator,

Please let me introduce myself, my name is (information removed)

We regularly work with pharmaceutical companies in exploring and understanding(s) the needs and experiences of suffers of various conditions. For clarity we are not involved in drug trials.

We have just been approached by one of our regular clients to look at and understand the patient journey of Peyronie’s disease amongst diagnosed and undiagnosed sufferers. In terms of symptoms experienced, medical care, impact on their quality of life. The research findings will be used to determine the likelihood of success for a new drug that could address Peyronie’s disease.

We would be looking to conduct 10 x 1 hour telephone interviews with suffers and in return they would be incentivised with a monetary reward.

I am writing to ask if you would be willing to contact, on our behalf, your subscribers/users of your website. Any traditional method of recruitment will not be feasible due to the sensitive nature of the conditions and the fact only 1.5% of the male population is estimated to have Peyronie’s.

We can supply evidence of our accreditation and can guarantee total anonymity for anyone who is willing to talk with one of our male researchers.

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