Spokane-Based Inland Northwestern Research Offers Parkinson’s Disease Clinical Trials in Spokane

Spokane-based Inland Northwestern Research Offers Parkinson’s Disease Clinical Trials in Spokane

Inland Northwest Research (INWR), a clinical research site in Spokane, WA, offers innovative and diverse clinical research options for those suffering neurological conditions. A focused group targeting biomedical research in the Inland Northwest region, they conduct clinical trials with the highest ethical standards, kindness and community focus. Recently, they took on a new Parkinson’s disease clinical trial attracting patients from as far away as Portland, Oregon.
Parkinson’s Disease
KXLY Spokane recently reported on INWR and their most recent clinical trial focused on Parkinson’s disease. They reported that 60,000 are diagnosed annually with Parkinson’s. Spokane, Washington is no exception and the community needs to become aware of this pervasive disease associated with aging. More than 10 million worldwide combat the disease. And with an aging population, those numbers will grow.
Patient Point of View: Worth a 350 Mile Journey
James Hedtke resides in Portland, Oregon, but learned about Inland Northwest Research’s Parkinson’s disease study in Spokane, Washington. There was something about the Spokane’s group’s focus and directive that surely caught Mr. Hedtke’s attention. He...

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