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Can a Single Pill Keep you Healthy to 100? A Clinical Trial at RCR Will Soon Find Out.

Posted on July 1, 2019 in General

Rochester Clinical Research is proud to be a part of the cutting-edge research for the investigational drug RTB101, developed by resTORbio. The drug is aimed to arrest aging at a cellular level and has been studied for the past 15 years. This could lead not to a longer life, but a better life. RCR will be enrolling for a study with the RTB101 drug this fall 2019. For those interested in participating, we invite you to call us at 585-288-0890 or click the link to learn more.

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Smallpox Vaccine Needed for Risk of Bioterrorism

Posted on April 29, 2019 in General Vaccines

Routine vaccinations for smallpox ended 40 years ago after the World Health Organization officially declared global eradication of smallpox. This means the majority of the population is not protected. The threat of bioterrorism and natural re-emergence has prompted the US and countries around the world to prepare an updated vaccine which is more effective and easier to store. RCR is currently on the forefront of developing this vaccine.

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RCR’s State of the Union Address

Posted on April 15, 2019 in General

Each year, Rochester Clinical Research hosts a State of the Union address in March for all of the employees. The meeting recaps the year and looks to future plans that align with our mission – to excel in our field by providing quality care for study volunteers, quality data for sponsors and a quality team-oriented […]

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Lyme Disease Vaccine Needed with Widespread of Disease

Posted on January 29, 2019 in General

Rochester is at the forefront of researching a new Lyme disease vaccine.   Rochester, N.Y. – Each year, approximately 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported to the CDC and recent estimates using other methods suggest that approximately 300,000 people may get Lyme disease each year in the United States.  While antibiotics can help treat […]

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Help Future Generations, Today

Posted on September 21, 2018 in General

Fall is a favorite season for many people. From pumpkin spice, to everything nice, fall definitely has it’s charm. However, as the seasons change and the weather get colder, more people get sick. While many think it is the cold weather, it is actually because a virus can replicate and spread most effectively when the […]

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