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

Clinical Trial Details

Overview

Research Study Summary

Are you one of the millions of men in this country who suffers from an enlarged prostate?

Purpose

  • Do you need to urinate frequently?
  • Do you often have to get up at night to urinate?
  • Is it difficult to start urinating?
  • Do you have a weak stream?
  • Do you feel that your blader is not completely empty?

If you answered YES to some of these questions, you may have an enlarged prostate, also called BPH.

Instead of quietly enduring prostate problems, you could be part of the solution.

We are currently conducting a clinical research study for men with urinary symptoms of an enlarged prostate. We are studying whether an investigational medication could reduce these symptoms.

You may be eligible to particpate if you are at least 50 years old, experience some of the urinary symptoms listed above, and have no serious health problems. Qualified participants will receive all study-related physical exams, laboratory services, and study medication at no cost. Financial compensation will be provided for your time and travel.

To Learn more

CW ID:143945
Date Last Changed: July 25, 2013

Clinical Trial Snapshot

Gender
Male
Age
50 and up
Overall Status
Recruiting
Facility Type
N/A

Contact

AdvanceMed Research
2 Princess Road, Suite J
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Phone: 609-895-0735
Fax: 609-895-0173

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Research Center Information: AdvanceMed Research

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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