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Therapeutic Areas: Nephrology | Urology
Disease Category: Prostate Disorders
Location: United States, NY

Clinical Trial Details

Overview

Research Study Summary

Do you have any of these symptoms when you urinate?

Purpose

Do you have any of these symptoms when you urinate?

  • Getting up multiple times during the night to urinate
  • Weak or intermittent stream
  • Straining or waiting for the stream to start
  • Sensation of not emptying your bladder completely
  • Increased frequency or urgency of urination

We are conducting a research study to evaluate the safety and effects of an investigational drug used to treat lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to an enlarged prostate gland. Men with these conditions for longer than 6 months who are 45 or older may qualify to participate.

Qualified participants will receive study related medical exams, laboratory exams, and study medication at no cost. You will need to undergo urologic testing twice, once in the beginning and at the end. If you are interested or for more information, please contact 212-686-9015 ext 29 or researchurology@yahoo.com

To Learn more
Gender

Male

Age

45 and up

Overall Status

Recruiting

Facility Type

N/A

Contact

University Urology Associates
Located in:
New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212-686-9015 ext 29

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Research Center Information: University Urology Associates

If you would like to learn more about participating in this research study, please email the trial contact using the form below.

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CW ID: 118869

Date Last Changed: July 25, 2013


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