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Press Release: Illingworth expands UK Headquarters

Illingworth Research Group is delighted to announce the expansion of Macclesfield head office.  Illingworth Research Group has expanded into a new building to accommodate current and future business growth. The original headquarters in Macclesfield, Cheshire was simply too small to accommodate an ever growing staff. The new building, like the […]

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Press Release: Kevin Wightman joins Illingworth Research Group in Australia

Illingworth Research Group are delighted to announce that senior Australian BioPharma industry executive Kevin Wightman, has joined the Illingworth team to head up Illingworth’s expansion into the rapidly growing Australian and wider Asia Pacific clinical research market. Illingworth have been steadily growing their mobile Research Nurse and specialist Medical Photography […]

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Best Practice for Capturing and Presenting Accurate Wound Images

Wound condition and research outcome can only be demonstrated if captured and presented accurately, this article highlights best wound imaging practice, with a view to avoiding those inconsistencies regularly observed when wound care professionals present or publish their work. Consistent image capture and standardisation techniques, in conjunction with presentation image […]

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Press Release: New Office in Denver, Colorado

Illingworth Research Group, a Contract Research Organisation who also offers mobile research nurses and medical photography for clinical trials are continuing their global expansion with the opening of a US entity and an office in Denver, Colorado. John Illingworth, CEO remarks “Illingworth’s expansion into North America is very attractive to […]

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Merry Christmas & Best Wishes for 2019

Thank you to all our wonderful Mobile Research Nurses who help out Santa over the Christmas period! They ensure all patient’s clinical trial visits are completed in their homes and minimise the disruption to the famillies Christmas. This year we have visits scheduled in Australia and Europe on Christmas Day. […]

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Graves’ Disease Clinical Trial Recruiting

Graves’ disease is one of the most common overt autoimmune disorders. Patients with Graves’ disease have autoantibodies known as TRAbs which have the ability to stimulate the TSH receptor on thyroid cells causing thyroid overactivity (hyperthyroidism). Symptoms of hyperthyroidism include goitre, fatigue, heat intolerance, sweating, weight loss despite good appetite, […]

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