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Charlottesville Medical Research (CMR) is an independent clinical research facility in Charlottesville, Virginia. We have been working with pharmaceutical and device companies for over 20 years with the goal of making a meaningful contribution to world health.

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Sponsors/CROs

Charlottesville Medical Research (CMR) has extensive experience conducting Phases II thru IV studies over the last 20 years with a solid infrastructure of highly experienced research personnel. Our dedication to providing quality data and extensive oversight are unmatched.

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OA of the Knee

All of our joints have a typical damage and repair process. With osteoarthritis (OA), the immune function meant to heal, instead leads to joint degeneration. OA is the most common form of arthritis, and it affects the knee most often. OA takes several years to develop and is usually not

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Insomnia

Considering we are in the middle of a pandemic and have been forced to change the way we live our lives, sleepless nights are on the menu for many of us. Around 70 million Americans have a sleep disorder, and insomnia is the most common. But don’t let those numbers fool you;

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HPV: A Growing Concern For Men - Vaccine Trials Enrolling Now

HPV: A Growing Concern For Men

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a group of more than 150 related viruses. Some types of HPV can cause skin warts, genital warts and some can even cause certain types of cancer. HPV can be passed from one person to another by skin-to-skin contact, including oral sex. Additionally, the virus

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