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Type 2 Diabetes Research Study

David CoganDavid Cogan
A heart shaped wooden bowl of fruit and vegetables beside a Blood Sugar tracker clipboard, stethoscope and a blood sugar monitoring device to represent Type 2 Diabetes

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Controlling type 2 diabetes can be difficult. Our latest research study is looking to help with this. If your life is impacted by Type 2 Diabetes, and you are already on diet & exercise therapy, you could play your part in this important research.

In this clinical study, we are investigating a treatment for Type 2 Diabetes that aims to help improve blood sugar control and therefore the potentially long-term consequences.

Take Part

Diabetes has an impact on so many. Nearly 5 million people in the UK are affected by Type 2 Diabetes. For some, lifestyle interventions such as diet and exercise can be enough to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. For others, more help is needed. That’s where our latest research study comes in…

The study is investigating the impact a treatment, taken once per day for 52 weeks, has on improving blood sugar control in Type 2 Diabetics.

A burger with lettuce leaves used instead of the rolls to represent a diet a diabetic may be on.
Eating burgers without the bun now? Courgetti instead of Spaghetti? Could a new treatment for type 2 diabetes also assist with controlling blood sugar levels?

This study will involve 52 weeks of treatment with around 13 visits to our Glasgow clinic during that time. There will also be compensation for your inconvenience and travel.

If you are type 2 diabetic, you could be eligible to take part in this important research study. Sign up today!

If you are interested in taking part, please complete our survey. Alternatively, give us a call on 0141 946 7888 to find out more and check your eligibility.

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Temperature checks

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Hand Sanitising

Multiple hand sanitisation stations are located throughout the clinic. Frequent hand cleaning is followed by all of our staff.

PPE (PERSONAL protective equipment)

All staff will be equipped with personal protective equipment to keep you and them as safe as possible.


Every consultation room and visiting area is deep cleaned between visits to ensure your safety.


Social distancing of 2M will be in effect at all times within the clinic.


Each clinical room is fitted with a 0.1 micron HEPA air filtration system which filters the air removing viral particles.