• Treatment options for children in Hamilton!

      Dr. Tytus is conducting research in Hamilton for the latest potential treatment of diabetes and is seeking 10-17 year olds with type 2 diabetes. There are many reasons why people volunteer to participate in clinical trials, including:

      • Access investigational treatments before they're widely available
      • Opportunity to help others suffering from medication conditions
      • Ability to play a more active role in your own healthcare

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    • Does your child have type 2 diabetes?

      Dr. Tytus is conducting research in Hamilton for the latest potential treatment of diabetes and is seeking 10-17 year olds with type 2 diabetes. There are many reasons why people volunteer to participate in clinical trials, including:

      • Access investigational treatments before they're widely available
      • Opportunity to help others suffering from medication conditions
      • Ability to play a more active role in your own healthcare

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  • Participate in Type 2 Diabetes Research!

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    This is a clinical trial being conducted in Hamilton to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of an investigational treatment of Type 2 Diabetes in children age 10-17.

    If you are interested in signing up your child to participate in the clinical trial, Dr. Tytus and his staff will guide you through a screening process to see if they qualify.

    Dr. Tytus's study coordinator will perform the following roles:

    • Check their health at the beginning of the clinical trial
    • Provide specific instructions and guidance for what to do during the trial
    • Watch over their health throughout the trial
    • Make sure that the study protocol is followed

    You will receive all study-related doctor visits, examinations, and drugs at no additional cost to you, if your child qualifies for the clinical study and agree to participate.

  • Diabetes Research in Hamilton

    • Is your child between 10 and 17 years old?

    • Has your child received oral treatment for more than 10 days within the past 12 weeks?

    • Has your child been on insulin for greater than 6 months or for more than 3 days within the past 12 weeks?

    • Has your child had surgery within the past 4 weeks or has a major surgery planned?

    • Is your son/daughter hypersensitive to metformin?

    • Lastly, are you able to attend 12 visits at 700 Main Street East, and 26 telephone calls over a period of approximately 10 months?

    • Lastly, do you regularly use alcohol or illicit drugs?

  • Great! You may be eligible to participate.

    Submit this form, and Dr. Tytus' Study Coordinator, Christine, will contact you to talk about the study and answer any questions you may have.

    It looks like you are ineligible to participate.

    To be notified about future studies in Hamilton for which you may be eligible, for health news, and to stay in touch, visit drtytus.com and follow Dr. Tytus on Facebook.

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Hello, I'm Dr. Richard Tytus  Hamilton, Ontario

Dr. Tytus is a Family Physician and Associate Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at McMaster University. He has been dedicated to the well being of the Hamilton community for over 25 years.

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