People say yes to research for many reasons. Whether you are healthy or have a medical condition, there are opportunities to participate.

Working out why and how Parkinson’s patients' brains benefit from exercise

“I say yes to participating in research because I learned a lot of current information about what’s going on with Parkinson’s research and about the disease itself.”
— Ord Lyons, Coquitlam

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Avoiding the pitfalls of falling in old age by participating in research

“I say yes because if there’s no research involving people, you can’t cure anything.”
— Eileen Curtis, Vancouver

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Prostate cancer patients are cooking their way to better nutrition and health

“I say yes to participating in research because I believe I will help myself and others by doing so.”
– John Webster, Vancouver

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Study participation sets patient on a path of health self-discovery and recovery

“I say yes to research because I think it is the only way that medicine moves forward.”
– Carlie Trueman, Vancouver

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Comparing partners’ gut bacteria may be key to preventing kidney stones

“I say yes to research because it’s the one thing that I can do to help.”
— Carolyn Abramson, Fraser Valley

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Keeping her eyes on the prize: study participant hopes to protect her granddaughters’ vision

“I say yes to participating in research because of my grandchildren. If this clinical trial doesn’t help me, it may help one of them.”
– Dale Adlem, Sechelt

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Patient finds light in darkness through depression research participation

“I say yes to participate in this clinical trial because we’re not going to move medical science forward without human participants.”
– Caleb Gimson, East Vancouver

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