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Many Parkinson’s treatments have challenging side effects. A new study is researching whether an investigational treatment is both as effective and safer than existing options. The study is looking for volunteers who are not currently taking medication for their Parkinson’s symptoms.
You may qualify if you:
Are between 35 and 80 years of age
Have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease
Have not been taking Parkinson’s medications for more than 4 weeks
Key benefits to the patients include:
Study-related medical care by Parkinson’s disease experts
Trial lasts 14-18 weeks and requires 7 site visits
If you’ve been diagnosed with Parkinson’s in the last 3 years and haven’t started medication yet, or started four weeks ago or less, a clinical trial near you may be an option.
For #Parkinsons patients, in addition to the more well known motor symptoms, up to 50% of patients also suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness. This can have a significant effect on the quality of life of both the patient and their caregiver, and in some cases be even more profound than the motor symptoms.
A new clinical research study is looking at the safety and efficacy of an investigational medication for excessive daytime sleepiness in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD). For patients who meet the study criteria, the trial will last about 9 weeks and involve 7 visits to the study center. Qualified participants will be provided compensation for time and travel.
Please consider helping medical research in this important area by participating in this trial. You can learn more and begin the qualification process at https://curec.lk/pdblogger.
Right now, a local clinical research study is testing an
investigational medication to see if it may help people who suffer from
cluster headache (Investigational means the medication isn’t approved
for routine clinical use).
If you qualify for this research study, you may have the opportunity
to try this investigational medication. You may also receive
study-related care at no cost, and compensation may be provided.