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Why Partner With DHR Health Institute For Research And Development For Clinical Research?

We, at DHR Health Institute for Research and Development recognized that an industry-wide, collaborative effort was needed to provide the latest and most promising treatments to our patients in the Rio Grande Valley. Our patient population suffers from key chronic illnesses including Diabetes, Obesity, Cardiovascular Diseases, Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Cancers and others.

Since its inception, the DHR Health Institute for Research and Development has successfully enrolled over 1000 patients in clinical research studies across several therapeutic areas and continues to seek productive collaborations with key thought leaders in both industry and academic research settings. The increase in patient enrollment is testament to our commitment to increasing participation of the Latino community in clinical trials, both interventional and non-interventional.

Our clinical trial unit (CTU) is coordinated by highly qualified study coordinators with vast experience in this arena of clinical research. We deliver high quality data to our partners and consistently maintain the safety of all our clinical trial participants.

Our focus is on the three following milestones to ensure that we are valuable to our partners:

Why select our site to conduct your clinical trial?

Clinical Trial Support (CTU)

Our CTU has the capabilities to successfully support the following range of clinical trials:

Our physician investigators have vast experience in the following areas of clinical research:
Other Support and Ancillary Services:

Patient Demographics And Disease Burden

PHR11, Texas Public Health Region 11; Data obtained from the Center for Disease Control, 2016.

PHR11, Texas Public Health Region 11; Data obtained from the Center for Disease Control, 2016.

South Texas Counties

Disease Burden In RGV

The four county Rio Grande Valley has been identified as one of the most unhealthiest region in United States.

Many common determinants of health have been identified which includes poverty, poor nutrition and low education among other factors.

The overwhelming diseases identified in the Rio Grande Valley are:

Trial Participants by Race

Unique Population Of RGV

PHR11, Texas Public Health Region 11; Data obtained from the Center for Disease Control, 2016.

PHR11, Texas Public Health Region 11; Data obtained from the Center for Disease Control, 2016.

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