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Centex Studies-Lake Charles Survives Hurricane! Studies Resuming Soon

Research studies for potential COVID vaccines and treatments are enrolling now. 

September 9, 2020 LAKE CHARLES, LA – Hurricane Laura blew through Louisiana on August 27th as a category 4 storm, leaving record-breaking destruction in its wake. The Lake Charles area was devastated, and downtown was like a scene from a war movie. Roofs were completely gone, buildings were destroyed, and trees were ripped from the ground and tossed into the streets. Even a nearby chemical plant caught fire, sending toxic gases into the air.  

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Centex Studies Opens New Site Near Westfield, TX In Response to COVID

Centex Studies-North Houston is currently conducting clinical trials for COVID-19 treatment. 

August 20, 2020 HOUSTON, TX – The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the necessity of research and finding a safe and effective treatment and vaccine as quickly as possible. Centex Studies is a multi-specialty clinical research site network with site locations across Texas and Louisiana. In response to this need, Centex Studies has opened a new research location in north Houston near Westfield, TX.  

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Houston Residents Could Have First Access to Potential COVID Treatment

Centex Studies-Houston has COVID treatment research studies enrolling in the Webster and Westfield areas. 
 

August 6, 2020 HOUSTON, TX – Over 18 million people worldwide have tested positive for COVID-19, but there are still no FDA approved treatment options. This is where the role of clinical researchers comes into play. Centex Studies-Houston is proud to announce that they were selected to participate in research studies evaluating potential COVID treatment options. These studies will begin enrolling at their Webster and Westfield locations in Mid-August.  

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Centex Studies Only Site in SWLA to Run AstraZeneca COVID Trial

Centex Studies will need 1800 volunteers in the Lake Charles area beginning Mid-August.  

 August 3, 2020 LAKE CHARLES, LA – AstraZeneca, a front-runner in the race for a COVID vaccine, recently announced that they would begin enrolling for their Phase II/III clinical trial in Mid-August. Centex Studies-Lake Charles is proud to announce that they have been selected as one of the few sites enrolling for this study. In fact, they are the only site in the Southwest Louisiana area participating in this study.  

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Louisiana COVID Rates are Among The Top in The US!

Centex Studies-Lake Charles has research studies enrolling for healthcare workers and others who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19.  

July 7, 2020 LAKE CHARLES, LA - In recent weeks, the number of new coronavirus cases in Louisiana has skyrocketed, putting the state among the top 5 in the nation for per capita new cases. Even with some restrictions being put back in place, most progress made to flatten the curve has been lost, and there seems to be no end in sight.   

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COVID Rates are Record High in Texas! Trials in McAllen Could Help

Centex Studies-McAllen has research studies enrolling for trial vaccines and treatments for those who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19.   

 July 7, 2020 MCALLEN, TX – In recent weeks, the number of new coronavirus cases in Texas has skyrocketed, reaching new record highs multiple days in a row. Hidalgo county is among the top 10 counties in the state for new cases. Even with some restrictions being put back in place, most progress made to flatten the curve has been lost, and there seems to be no end in sight.   

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Houston, We Have a Problem! COVID rates are reaching a record high

Centex Studies-Houston has research studies enrolling for healthcare workers, nursing home residents, and others who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19.   

July 7, 2020  HOUSTON, TX – In recent weeks, the number of new coronavirus cases in Texas has skyrocketed, reaching new record highs multiple days in a row. Harris County has the highest number of confirmed cases in the state at over 35,000 and deaths at almost 400. Even with some restrictions being put back in place, most progress made to flatten the curve has been lost, and there seems to be no end in sight.   

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