Our trials:

We seek to provide you with the most reliable and responsible trial services. We have the support of thousands of clients behind us and the best technology available for conducting trials.

To be leaders in our field, we have the best specialists in the different branches. In Life Medical we care about you and your health so we ensure the proper monitoring of the clinical study and in accordance with the signed agreement and the investigational plan.

All our products are controlled and recorded, we follow all the requirements and protect your rights, safety and welfare.

With only 3 steps to follow:




Protocol Adherence


Product to Market


Permanent Improvement

We always seek to have all the cutting edge technology and permanently improve our services to provide you just with the best. Like you, we are constantly evolving toward better service to our patients and pharmaceutical sponsors.



Our investigators are trained, certified, and experienced. Investigators involved in the clinical trials are responsible for ensuring that an investigation is conducted according to the signed investigator statement and the investigational plan.

When adding new investigators to our team, we follow a thorough process that includes license verification, proof of clinical experience, and confirmation of access to patient demographics.


Patient Focused

In Life Medical, we put special attention to our patient experience, we take care of them and protect all their rights and health during all the process. 

We are at every step, giving our best for our clients to have a great experience and we care about being able to test medications that are safe for everyone. 


Trial Operations

Clinical project management, and modern technology allow us to streamline your study. From site identification to study close-out, our team works to prevent errors, and ensure protocol adherence. We are constantly improving for you to have the best experience possible.


Personalized support

We take a personalized approach to each clinical trial. Our objective is to be a valuable resource for our sponsors. We will always work to cover your needs.  

Everyone of our clients and staff is an important piece for the trial to be successful so we take care of every single one of them, like it should.  



Recruitment is often a key factor when it comes to the successful execution of a clinical trial. Our techniques to recruit people are based on hearing the patient’s voice to ensure that the trials meet real patient needs. 

Together we can reach our goals

Patient demographics

Rapid enrollment

Reliable trial execution

What we Have


Our staff

We have experienced physicians and investigators who are bilingual so speaking english is not a requirement. 


Medical equipment

Annual maintenance of our last generation equipment



Continuous control of temperature and compliance of health protocols


New medical treatment

Opportunity to participate in trials with exclusive new treatment

Benefits of joining a study


Participants will receive compensation

Amounts may vary depending on the study in which they participate.


You do not need a medical insurance to participate

Not payment or medical insurance is needed to participate in any clinical trial


Access to new exclusive medications and treatments

Get access to new medications without paying anything


Contributes to science and therefore to the community

You can make a difference in the study of diseases and help other people to have a better life quality 

Join a study now

Life Medical wants to invite you to join a study and obtain all the benefits such as monetary compensation and exclusive access to new medications and treatments for diseases that affect thousands of people. Together we can make a big change to the world. Do not wait any longer. We have the best specialists, only you are missing.

Life Medical Research Group

Our Researches

Adolescent postpartum depression phase III

Postpartum depression is a serious disorder that affects women after childbirth. Postpartum depression creates feelings of sadness, anxiety, depression and exhaustion that can inhibit their ability to care for their baby.

Postpartum depression symptoms varies for each affected person but they generally include:

  • mood swings 
  • anger and irritability
  • fatigue 
  • excessive crying 
  • inability to bond with your baby
  • anxiety
  • worry 
  • fear
Pain - Muscle spasms phase III

Spasms occur when your muscle involuntary contracts uncontrollably and can’t relax. They are really common and can affect any of your muscles. They can involve part or all of a muscle, or several muscles in a group. 

Muscle spasms can feel like a stitch in the side and be painful. You may see a twitch under your skin and it may feel hard to the touch. 

Postpartum depression phase III

Postpartum depression is linked to chemical, social, and psychological changes that happen when having a baby. It describes a range of physical and emotional changes that many new mothers experience.

Symptoms of postpartum depression can be hard to detect but many women have these symptoms:

  • Trouble sleeping 
  • Appetite changes 
  • Severe fatigue 
  • Lower libido 
  • Frequent mood changes
Asthma phase III:

Asthma is a chronic disease affecting the bronchial tubes, which are the passages where air enters and exits the lungs when we breathe. 

Asthma cannot be cured, but it can be controlled to the point where you can enjoy a quality of life similar to that of a non-asthmatic person.

At Life Medical Center, we focus on the research of this condition Phase III for the detection of treatments that contribute to a prudent reduction of its consequences.

Eczema phase II

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic and intermittent seasonal inflammatory skin disorder with dry skin and intense pruritus.

The environmental influence on atopic dermatitis is well known and although the climatic peculiarities could be a modifying factor of its cutaneous manifestations. Life Medical Center performs phase II studies for the detection of the most effective treatment of Eczema.

Osteoartritis phase II

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and affects millions of people around the world. It occurs when the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of the bones wears down over time.

Symptoms of osteoarthritis often develop slowly and get worse over time. The signs and symptoms of osteoarthritis include the following:

  • pain
  • rigidity
  • sensibility
  • loss of flexibility 
  • swelling 
Depression phase III

Depression is a recurrent, often chronic illness that requires long-term treatment. 

Currently, depression is one of the leading causes of disability and accounts for 4.3% of the overall burden of disease, as stated in the Clinical Practice Guideline on the Management of Depression in Adults. 

Taking antidepressants or receiving psychological counseling (psychotherapy) alleviates the symptoms of depression in most cases. But when you have treatment-resistant depression, standard treatments are not enough.

This is why Life Medical Center, through its Phase III Depression studies, is trying to detect more effective treatments for the relief of depression.

Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia phase III

This is a type of arrhythmia. It occurs when a short circuit rhythm develops in the heart. This results in a regular but rapid heartbeat that starts and stops abruptly.

PSVT can be often misdiagnosed as a panic attack. It’s symptoms may include:

  • A regular but racing heartbeat that starts and stops abruptly
  • Palpitations
  • Weakness or fatigue
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Fainting 
  • Chest pain
Dementia/Alzheimer’s phase IV

This phase is the one associated with a level of moderate cognitive impairment and determines the diagnosis of dementia. Characteristically, difficulties in carrying out the most complex tasks increase in this phase, due to organizational and concentration problems.

The affected person may have difficulties planning a trip or organizing a family celebration, as well as managing personal finances. 

Parkinson’s phase IV

At this point, symptoms are severe and limiting. It’s possible to stand without assistance, but movement may require some type of assistance such as a walker or wheelchair. The person needs help with activities of daily living and is unable to live alone.

Symptoms may include:

  • fragmented sleep disturbances
  • daytime sleepiness
  • neuropsychiatric disturbances
  • pain
  • fatigue
Adult ADHD phase III

ADHD has long been considered a childhood and adolescent disorder, but the symptoms and functional impact of ADHD do not always disappear into adulthood and the disorder can persist in more than 50% of cases. . It is associated with an important impact on a clinical, functional and quality of life level.

The attention deficit, more marked in this stage of life, is manifested in:

  • Problems of attention and concentration.
  • Disorganization and inability to organize work or tasks.
  • Difficulty starting and finishing projects.
  • Time management problems.
  • Ease of forgetting things.
Influenza phase I,II and III

Influenza is an acute, highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory tract. It is caused by influenza A, B and C viruses and can affect all age groups in epidemics.

Influenza’s clinical picture can vary, ranging from mild acute febrile illness to pulmonary infection sometimes associated with severe complications.

COPD phase III

As chronic obstructive pulmonary disease reaches stage III, it starts to have a bigger impact on the way you live. The condition may sap your strength and make it hard to work or do chores. 

If you’re in stage III of COPD, you may have these symptoms:

  • Flare-ups
  • More shortness of breath
  • Tired more easily
  • Worse coughing
Atopic dermatitis phase III

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory disease that occurs in flares. Its high prevalence sometimes leads to underestimation of the impact the disease has on patients’ quality of life.

For the optimal management of AD, it is not enough to know the pharmacological treatment of outbreaks, but it is also necessary to avoid the triggers of the disease, maintain careful hygiene and properly moisturize the skin.

Acné phase III

In moderate and severe acne, the skin becomes red and inflamed papules and pustules appear. Acne can be emotionally distressing, untimely persistent, and can lead to long-term post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation and/or scar retraction.

In acne the skin is oily and open and closed comedones (black head and white head) appear on the face and often on the neck, shoulders, chest and back as well.