Last updated on November 2017

Do You Experience Painful Diabetic Neuropathy?


Brief description of study

Do You Experience Painful Diabetic Neuropathy?

Detailed Study Description

We are currently seeking volunteers with either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes who experience moderate to severe painful diabetic neuropathy. This is a study of a new investigational injectable medication that may help to slow down, stop, or even reverse the progression of neuropathy. Eligible patients will be determined based on results from lab tests, pain questionnaires, and diagnostic procedures Two out every three of the participants will receive the study medication and one out of every three will receive a placebo. The medication will be given a total of 4 times: 2 times over a 2-week period, then 11 weeks later: 2 times over another 2-week period (Day 0, Day 14, Day 90, and Day 104.). A doctor will administer the medication and it will require 16 intramuscular injections into each calf.

Visits and Compensation: This study will require approximately 11 visits over a 9-month period. There will also be 1 to 2 outside provider visits for cancer screenings, and 3 eye exams. 5 of the appointments (including the screening visit) last up to 3 hours.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX8933

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John McKenney or Jeff Klaff

Rainier Clinical Research Center, Inc.
Renton, WA USA
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John McKenney

Rainier Clinical Research Center, Inc.
Renton, WA USA
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