FMC Science is an independently owned and operated research site with locations in Lampasas and Georgetown. We strive to provide expert care and quality work in a caring environment. Our number one priority is the safety of our research participants.

Check out our current studies to see if you qualify!

We Feel Better Today Because of What Clinical Trials Uncovered Years Ago.

Be part of tomorrow’s medical breakthroughs! Talk to your healthcare provider about clinical trials and consider whether participating is right for you. Click here to see available study opportunities. If you’ve been diagnosed with a medical issue, tomorrow’s treatment may already be in reach – as part of a clinical trial. 

 

 


FMC Science

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FMC Science is the research arm of Family Medicine Rural Health Clinic, the largest independent priv

3 months ago

FMC Science
Today, on #ClinicalTrialsDay we are thankful for all the research professionals who have dedicated their time to help create a better future. We are thankful for our own team for all the hard work that they put in to every trial that we conduct. But most importantly, we are thankful for all the research participants at FMC Science and all over the world. Without you, what we do is not possible. #ClinicalTrialsDay #275yearsandcounting #themoreyouknow Learn more about what we can offer at fmcscience.com. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

FMC Science
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms and bonus moms out there. We should celebrate our moms everyday but super thankful to have a day that is specifically dedicated to these fabulous women. #mothersday2022 #Momswhorock ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

FMC Science
In 2020, 23 million children missed out on basic vaccines, leaving them at risk of vaccine-preventable illness. We must improve access to these life-saving tools so no child suffers from these diseases. Visit our website at www.FMCScience.com to see our currently enrolling vaccine studies. This #WorldImmunizationWeek, let's work to achieve a #longlifeforall. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

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Chickenpox can be serious, especially for babies. It can lead to dehydration, pneumonia, or swelling of the brain. During National Infant Immunization week, learn how you can protect your child with chickenpox vaccine and find out more about our Chickenpox Vaccine Study by visiting fmcscience.com/studies. ... See MoreSee Less
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