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Peripheral neuropathy is a common neurological condition associated with diabetes in which people, over time, begin to experience pain, itching and loss of feeling that is a direct result of disease-induced progressive damage to sensory nerves in the areas where these symptoms develop. One of the most common and earliest areas of the body where these symptoms occur is in the feet and legs. However, over time, the neuropathy can progress to other areas of the body – most notably, the hands and arms. The resulting neuropathy is a chronic condition that can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life. While there are a number of medications currently available to treat this condition, many people remain dissatisfied with the quality of relief such drugs provide.

If you are someone who continues to suffer from the pain and discomfort associated with diabetes-induced peripheral neuropathy, you may wish to consider participating in a clinical trial we have been commissioned to conduct to evaluate the potential effectiveness of a new drug to treat this often times painful and debilitating disorder.

At a minimum, in order to be eligible to participate, you must be someone who
➢ Is at least 18 years of age,
➢ Been diagnosed with diabetes,
➢ Been confirmed to have evidence of peripheral nerve damage, and
➢ Experiencing pain and discomfort in your extremities (e.g,, feet, legs, fingers, hands).
➢ Note: Additional entry criteria apply

Participation is strictly confidential. Study medication, and study-related visits, procedures and tests are offered free of charge. We also offer limited financial compensation, as well as reimbursement to cover reasonable food and travel-related expenses.

If you would like to volunteer or learn more about what is involved in participating in such a clinical trial or wish to see if you qualify to participate, please call 718-616-2400 or click the Contact US button below to send us an email.

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If you would like to be placed into our database and be notified of any future trials we may be in a position to conduct, please provide us with your contact information and what type(s) of indication(s) you might be interested in participating in or learning more about.

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