Dr. Erick Alayo and his Gastro SB clinic staff members are engaged in gastrointestinal clinical trials.
Clinical trials are the core of medical advances. These research studies enable researchers to look at new ways of preventing, detecting and treating a disease. Most of the treatments we use today are possible because of the knowledge gained from previous clinical trials. Some studies use surveys or evaluate medical records to find new and better ways to help people. Others recruit healthy subjects, or controls, to better evaluate and compare results with those of non-healthy subjects.
We are currently conducting clinical trials in a few areas of gastrointestinal disease, including
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), like Crohn's disease and Ulcerative colitis.
Screening of colorectal cancer.
This is an example from other colleague of the work we develop for Clinical Research in Gastro SB
A colonoscopy procedure allows your doctor to examine the lining of your large intestine (colon) for abnormalities by inserting a thin flexible tube, as thick as your finger, into your anus and slowly advancing it into the rectum and colon.
How to Participate
Whether you are a potential candidate to participate as a patient in a study or you would like to participate as a "healthy volunteer" for the control group or you’re a research or clinical professional interested in collaborating with the research team—just contact us.
Participate in a Clinical Trial
Meet Erick Alayo, M.D.
Dr. Erick Alayo's special interests are those conditions that affect your liver and pancreas. In addition to his clinical skills, Dr. Alayo has a large experience in clinical research with many publications, awards and grants through his career. Dr. Alayo's gastroenterology practice is located Southern California and services the people of Chula Vista and San Diego.
We Practice Evidence Based Medicine
Evidence-based medicine (EBM) aims to apply the best available evidence gained from the scientific method to medical decision making. It seeks to assess the quality of evidence of the risks and benefits of treatments (including lack of treatment).