Worldwide Brings Four Decades of CNS Research to Your Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Study
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a condition characterized by persistent pain and is often accompanied by musculoskeletal weakness, cognitive impairment, and sleep disturbance. Because the disease undermines so many aspects of wellness, the implications on an individual’s ability to function fully are significant. With so little currently known about the condition, there is ample opportunity for advancement in knowledge related to epidemiology, treatment, and cure of the condition.
Worldwide Clinical Trials has been researching central nervous system disorders since the 1970s, when many of today’s most commonly known conditions were not yet identified. We bring our wealth of experience in clinical trial development and execution to neurological disorders, exploring not only the symptoms of conditions but also looking at biomarkers for specific indications. Our intimate knowledge of regulatory requirements and our broad global reach enables us to employ patient groups in remote areas and identify those most likely to meet enrollment criteria and compliance protocols.