Rheumatoid Arthritis Study


Help us research an investigational medication for rheumatoid arthritis.

Together, we can research an investigational medication that is designed to work in a different way.

The contRAst-1 Study will help us learn more about an investigational medication with a different mechanism of action (way of working) for people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The study will help determine whether the investigational medication works and how safe it is for people with RA whose current treatment with methotrexate is not working well enough.

The study will last for up to 1 year and 3 months.

Please contact the study team today if you are interested in joining the contRAst-1 Study or would like more information. By contacting us, you are under no obligation to take part in the study. We look forward to hearing from you.

Contact us on 051 410 3068/70 or email to study.bloemfontein@farmovs.com.

Do I qualify for this study?

To enable us to give you the best advice about the studies that are right for you, we’ll need your name and contact details. Please fill out the form below and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss any studies that you may be suitable to participate in.

    1. Are you aged 18 or above? *
    2. Have you been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis? *
    3. Have you experienced swollen and painful joints despite taking methotrexate for the past 12 weeks? *
    Title *
    First Name *
    Surname *
    City / Town *
    Country *
    Phone Number *
    Email *

    This research study was approved by the Medicines Control Council and the responsible Ethics Committee.

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    Volunteer to participate

    We are currently recruiting patients and healthy volunteers to participate in clinical research studies at our clinic. If you are a healthy volunteer or would like assistance in finding the right study for you, please join our Volunteer Mailing List by filling out the Volunteer List form and we will contact you when new studies are available.

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