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I always look forward to my next clinical study

My name is Dan and I am a 36 years old from Nottingham. The first I heard about clinical trials was when I asked a work colleague where he’d been on holiday. When he said ‘Ruddington’ I was slightly confused. After explaining that he’d been on a clinical trial at Quotient, I soon had an appointment booked for my induction.
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I really do look forward to coming on a trial as I can have some quality ‘me time’ to both relax and study

My name is Louise. I am 47 years young and I am writing this while currently volunteering on a clinical trial. This is the third trial I have done to date and I hope one of many more to come!
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Thank you to our volunteers who continue to make a huge contribution to medicine

Volunteers who took part in a study back in 2011 that investigated a treatment for acute skin infections have contributed to a new medication called Baxdela making it to the US market.
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23 years of volunteering…and counting

My name is Scott Preston and I have been volunteering with Quotient for 23 years. I’ve participated in over 50 clinical trials to date. My journey with Quotient started in 1994, when I noticed a small advert, in the Nottingham Post newspaper, recruiting volunteers for clinical studies.
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We have donated medical supplies to Inter Care Medical Aid for Africa

It gives us a great joy to let you know that we have donated 5 Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) to Inter Care Medical Aid for Africa.
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You have played a major part in improving Huntington’s disease patients’ quality of life

As a volunteer in this study, you have played a major part in improving Huntington’s disease patients’ quality of life. Thank you for your continuous support.
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I #UniteForParkinsons

In 2000 my life was to change forever. This was the year that my now father-in-law had the official diagnosis for what he had thought for months was simply tennis elbow. It was confirmed to be Parkinson’s disease.
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Your induction questions answered – a word from Melanie

Mel 2My name is Melanie and I am an Induction Coordinator within the Volunteer Empanelment team. I have been at Quotient Clinical for over 5 years now, having previously worked in the pharmaceutical industry. At my previous employer, I gained experience in manufacturing for clinical studies and analytical development. My current role however requires what I love the most – interaction with people.
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New medication approved as a treatment for chronic liver disease

captureIf you took part in a study carried out by us back in 2014 that aimed to investigate the treatment for chronic liver disease, you played a big part in bringing a new medicine to market.
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World Diabetes Day 2016

World Diabetes DayWorld Diabetes Day is marked on 14th November to raise awareness of diabetes and what it’s like to live wit h this condition.
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