Crohn's Disease

Join Sanguine's Crohn's Disease patient community to stay informed on upcoming trials
Join Sanguine's Crohn's Disease patient community to stay informed on upcoming trials

We Bring Research To You

Crohn’s Disease is a long-term disease that causes chronic inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract (gut). This inflammation most commonly affects the small intestine and the colon, but it can also affect any part of the gut from the mouth to the anus. More than 780,000 people in the U.S. are living with Crohn's disease. Better medicine and treatment options are needed for Crohn's disease in order to save thousands of people each year.

We believe patients like you are the key to making a difference in Crohn's disease research. Joining a research study can help advance the future of Crohn's disease research and impact the development of new treatments and cures.

Sanguine's unique model alleviates many of the difficulties associated with clinical trials and we make it easy for patients to contribute to research for medical conditions that matter most to them, regardless of their location or ability to travel. Sign up to learn more and participate today!

Sanguine's Expertise in Accelerating Research

25,000+
Members in
our community
3
Average # of times a
member has participated
500+
Studies completed
by Sanguine

We are currently recruiting for 2 Crohn’s Disease studies

STUDY NAME:

Crohn's Disease At-Home Research Study

compensation:

$50

description

Volunteers with Crohn's Disease are needed to participate in a research study from the comfort of their own home. The goal of this research is to develop new diagnostic and treatment options for patients living with Crohn's Disease by analyzing biomarkers such as genetic, environmental, and microbial factors that may influence the disease's development.

location

United States

RECRUITMENT FOR THIS STUDY CLOSES IN:
279 Days, 23 Hours, 24 Minutes
STUDY NAME:

Crohn's Disease At-Home Research Study (San Jose, CA only)

compensation:

$50

description

Volunteers with Crohn's Disease are needed to participate in a research study from the comfort of their own home in San Jose, CA. The goal of this research is to develop new diagnostic and treatment options for patients living with Crohn's Disease by analyzing biomarkers such as genetic, environmental, and microbial factors that may influence the disease's development.

location

San Jose, CA

RECRUITMENT FOR THIS STUDY CLOSES IN:
THE STUDY IS NOW CLOSED

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