If your child or adolescent suffers from migraine headaches, please contact us to learn more about two clinical trials investigating treatment and prevention of migraines in children 7 to 17.
If you suffer from OCD and are having an inadequate response to your current OCD treatment, contact us to learn more about a study of troriluzole as an adjunctive treatment for OCD.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may have infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods or excess male hormone (androgen) levels. The ovaries may develop numerous small collections of fluid (follicles) and fail to regularly release eggs.
The exact cause of PCOS is unknown. Signs and symptoms of PCOS vary. A diagnosis of PCOS is made when you experience at least two of these signs:
Irregular periods. Infrequent, irregular or prolonged menstrual cycles are the most common sign of PCOS. For example, you might have fewer than nine periods a year, more than 35 days between periods and abnormally heavy periods.
Excess androgen. Elevated levels of male hormone may result in physical signs, such as excess facial and body hair (hirsutism), and occasionally severe acne and male-pattern baldness.
Polycystic ovaries. Your ovaries might be enlarged and contain follicles that surround the eggs. As a result, the ovaries might fail to function regularly.
To learn more about a clinical trial evaluating the safety and effectiveness of Elagolix for PCOS, please contact Pharmasite Research. We offer a confidential pre-screening to determine if you may be eligible to participate.
Hot flashes, also called hot flushes, are sudden feelings of heat or warmth across the body, most commonly across the face, neck, and chest. They are usually experienced during menopause or perimenopause when estrogen levels decrease in the body. Each occurrence can last anywhere from 2 to 30 minutes and can range in severity and frequency.
Symptoms can Include:
Sudden feeling of warmth through your upper body and face
Flushed, reddened skin
Chilled feeling once the warmth recedes
Several Risk Factors Include:
Menopausal or perimenopausal age
Participate in Research Studies for Women with Hot Flashes
Receive study-related care and examinations at no cost to you
Study-related medications are at no cost to you if eligible
Compensation for your time and travel
You may qualify for this study if you are:
A postmenopausal woman no longer having periods
Regularly experiencing moderate to severe hot flashes
Not using estrogen or progestin containing products or willing to discontinue these products
To learn more, call us at 410.602.1440 and fill out the information to the right. We will be in touch with you within 24 hours, Monday – Friday.
Alzheimer’s disease is an age related brain disease in which an individual experiences progressive memory loss. Known as one of the most common forms of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease is associated with loss of functioning in daily activities and occupational domains. It is also often associated with behavioral changes, irritability, and mood disorders.
Alzheimer’s disease is not a part of the normal aging process, though the risk of the disease greatly increases with age. While it is not yet fully known what causes the disease, a genetic mutation (APOEe4), family history, complex changes in the brain over time and environmental and lifestyle factors may be contributors.
Symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease may include:
Memory problems that disrupt daily living
Repetition of questions / statements
Impaired judgement and reasoning skills
Difficulty finding the right words in conversation
Trouble completing complex tasks
Getting lost in familiar surroundings
Spatial and visual relationship problems
Difficulty with self-care
Anxiety and impulsive behavior
Paranoia and confusion
Several Risk factors linked to Alzheimer’s disease include:
A specific type of genetic mutation (APOE-e4)
Family history of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease
Should your family member or loved one participate in a study?
If your family member, loved one or friend is experiencing signs of dementia that could be associated with Alzheimer’s disease you may wish to participate in a clinical trial. Several clinical trials are being conducted nationwide to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of potential new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. Studies usually require the participation of the patient and a partner (i.e., a spouse, family member or friend).
Study participants receive at no cost:
We recently participated in Mediaplanet’s Fighting Alzheimer’s campaign where we united with likeminded industry leaders to raise awareness about the need for increased funding for research, how to better the lives of those living with Alzheimer’s and how to assist their families and caregivers. The campaign was distributed through USA TODAY on November 28th 2016 and is published online. For the full campaign, visit: futureofpersonalhealth.com.
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Depression (Major depressive disorder) is a common, but serious, mood disorder that is often associated with consistent feelings of sadness, loss of interest and loss of enjoyment. It can have a major impact on how you think, how you feel, and how you function during normal activities such as work, school or just day- to-day living. More than just feeling “Blue”, symptoms of depression usually last more than 2 weeks and can range from mild to severe. Approximately 350 million people around the world are affected by depression– it can touch people of any
age, gender, background or socioeconomic level.
Symptoms of Depression Include:
Persistent sadness for 2 weeks or more
Loss of interest
Feeling anxious, or overwhelmed
Loss of pleasure or enjoyment in daily living
Feeling restless and having difficulty sleeping
Loss of energy and vitality
Loss of appetite
Loss of libido
Several Risk Factors Include:
A family history of depression
Major stress or anxiety
Trauma or conflict
Significant life challenges, sadness or grief
Serious physical illness
Physical or mental abuse
Participate in Research Studies for People Experiencing Depression
Receive study related care and examinations at no cost to you
Study related medications are at no cost to you if eligible
Compensation for your time and travel
You may quality for a study if you:
Have been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
Have been experiencing symptoms of depression for at least the past 2 months
Are still at least partially depressed despite treatment with at least one medication
Check out our blog on depression here!
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