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The KCAA research department has been conducting clinical trials for more than 25 years. All of our physicians and care providers are dedicated to research excellence. We’ve completed more than 250 clinical trials, ranging from hereditary angioedema to flu vaccines to gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Our wide-ranging research allows KCAA to help organizations worldwide and gather crucial information about treating various conditions. Jeffrey Wald, M.D. is the Research Director at KCAA. Together Dr. Wald, Dr. Neustrom, Dr. Ward and Dr. Sterner are currently lead investigators on clinical trials.
Participants in KCAA research are given detailed information about how the trial will be conducted, who qualifies, and what the potential risks and benefits are. The health of each participant is checked before the study and carefully monitored during the trial. Independent Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) closely observe all research to ensure safety. Use the FAQ link below to review additional information about what to expect with clinical trials and what it means to participate.
A few of our current studies include:
Asthma research participants must have received a diagnosis by a Physician to be eligible.
ReadiClinic® is a same day service. Visit guidelines are:
· For established KCAA patients only.
· Do not come to ReadiClinic® if you have a fever or COVID-19.
· If you have recently had a fever, you must call first to review your situation with a nurse.
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8:30 am - 11:30 am