It is well known that breast milk is the best food source for a newborn baby.  Breastfeeding does not require extra cost to provide a baby food, it helps a baby’s immune system, can help prevent obesity and can contribute to the bonding of a mother and baby. With all of these benefits, why would… Continue Reading »

Jean Brown Research is currently seeking expectant mothers to participate in a clinical study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of a low lactose infant formula. Low-lactose formula is a cow’s milk-based formula that has the sugar, lactose, removed and replaced with glucose polymers. Those eligible to participate must be healthy, full term newborns. The… Continue Reading »

Jean Brown Research is conducting a clinical research study to evaluate growth and safety of a low-lactose milk-based infant formula. Participants must be healthy, term infants, and if selected for the study will receive no cost infant formula, health care related to the study and compensation for time and travel. Basic qualifications are: <14 days… Continue Reading »

The FDA has approved the influenza vaccine formulation for the 2011-2012 flu shot. Six manufacturers are licensed to produce and distribute influenza vaccine for the United States. The vaccine formulation protects patients from the three virus strains most likely to cause the illness in the upcoming flu season. strains used for the 2010-2011 influenza season…. Continue Reading »

Clinical Trials are done in phases, the phase it is in tells you where the drug or treatment is in the trial process. Phase I Studies: These studies involve testing the investigational drug in a small number of healthy volunteers. The main objective of these studies is safety, designed to determine how the drug is… Continue Reading »

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires Clinical trials for a new drug or device to assure it’s safe and effective for use. There are clinical trials that compare existing treatments and new treatments to determine which is better. Current, approved treatments are called “standard treatments.” Some clinical trials are used to study different ways… Continue Reading »