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Disease Category: Tourette's Syndrome
Location: United States, NJ
Clinical Trial Details
Research Study Summary
Does your child have symptoms of Tourette’s syndrome like making sudden, repetitive movements or sounds, also known as tics?
Tics may include:
- Motor Tics
- Eye blinking
- Head jerking
- Foot stamping
- Verbal Tics
- Throat clearing
- Clicking sounds
Please contact CRI Worldwide to learn about a research study of an investigational medication for Tourette Syndrome.
Principal Investigator: David Krefetz, D.O.
Dr. David Krefetz is a Child and Adolescent and General Psychiatrist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of mood, attention, and movement disorders. Dr. Krefetz serves as Director for CRI Worldwide’s Pediatric Center for Excellence. The Pediatric Center for Excellence has branches in South Jersey and West Philadelphia and provides no cost clinical evaluations for children suffering from all psychiatric disorders. Currently, Dr. Krefetz is involved in a wide range of clinical trials as an investigator and/or a sub-investigator.
Who is eligible to participate?
- Children 10-17 years of age
- Children with symptoms of Tourette’s syndrome
- No health insurance is needed
What do study participants receive?
- All study-related evaluations and study medication at no cost
- Qualified participants may be compensated for their time and travel
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact CRI Worldwide
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Date Last Changed:
March 19, 2014
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