At Jean Brown Research, we’re a longtime partner of clinical trials and sponsors. Our goal is to ensure accurate clinical research approaches in a variety of fields, from pain and vaccines to imaging and dermatology, among many others. A big part of the oversight for these kinds of studies relates to the rights of test… Continue Reading »

Many people know that clinical trials have been around for a very long time, but most might not realize how incredibly old they actually are. On November 21 of this year, we will actually reach the 350-year anniversary of what some believe to be the first ever written description of a paid research subject. The… Continue Reading »

Among the many guidelines we follow for proper clinical research at Jean Brown Research, an Institutional Review Board is among the most thorough. Anyone who has been a hernia study subject, the sponsor of a migraine trial or who has participated in any part of a clinical study could have fallen under the purview of… Continue Reading »

A hernia is when part of the body pushes into an area it doesn’t belong. Because there are a lot of places in the body (um, everywhere!) where this can happen, there are a lot of different types of hernias. Hiatal Hernia A hiatal hernia occurs when the stomach bulges up into the chest through… Continue Reading »

Getting back into the groove of your normal life is one of your top priorities after hernia surgery—but first thing’s first: you need to rest. While often considered a more routine procedure, hernia surgery is still surgery—so go easy on yourself. Hernia Surgery Recovery If you experience any of the following during your hernia surgery… Continue Reading »

If you have bunions, then you are probably all too familiar with the pain and embarrassment you may feel when it comes to your feet. Bunion removal surgery may have even been something you’ve considered. And with summertime sandal season approaching, you may be looking for some solutions. Fortunately, shoe designers are becoming increasingly aware… Continue Reading »

According to the Center for Disease Control, the Human Papilloma virus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States, and it affects more than 20 million people each year. In fact, it is so common that at least 50% of the population who are sexually active experience it at some point…. Continue Reading »

There’s a saying that “health is the real wealth” and another that denotes “your happiness is a reflection of your health.” In today’s ever changing medical climate, bold hold true now more than ever. Here’s why healthy volunteers are vital for clinical studies. Taking care of one’s health is of supreme importance—both in life and,… Continue Reading »

When it comes to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), the key word to focus on is “benign.” In other words, it’s non-cancerous. So that’s very good news if you’re suspicious, or you’ve been told, you may suffer from BPH. Additionally, BPH does not cause cancer nor will it affect your ability to have children. Simply put,… Continue Reading »