SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--According to WebMD.com, “Hot flashes are the most common symptom of menopause and perimenopause. More than two-thirds of North American women who are heading into menopause have hot flashes.” A hot flash is a feeling of intense heat, not caused by external sources. Hot flashes can appear suddenly, or you may feel them coming on.
Hot flashes and night sweats are bothersome symptoms of menopause that researchers are targeting, and we need volunteers like you to find effective treatments!
Clinical Trials Research ® (CTR), located in Lincoln and Sacramento, is seeking participants for a study researching investigational medications that could help to reduce symptoms associated with menopause. If you are a woman experiencing hot flashes, we invite you to join us for a complimentary lab screening at our Lincoln or Sacramento office.
You may be eligible for this clinical trial if:
- You have gone through menopause (stopped having periods).
- You have 1 or more hot flashes per day.
Qualified participants will receive trial-related medications and medical care at no cost. Compensation for time and travel may be available.
For more information, please sign up for this study at: https://www.ctrsites.com/hot-flash-study-sign-up
To learn more about Clinical Trials research, check out this article and video on KCRA Channel 3 Sacramento, “CTR Makes Women’s Health Research a Priority.”
About Clinical Trials Research
Clinical Trials Research® is a clinical research site with two locations providing coverage to the greater Sacramento area in northern California.
Their medical director, Jeffrey D. Wayne has served as a Principal Investigator since 1992 overseeing more than 260 phase 2, 3 and 4 studies.
Dr. Wayne is well respected in the global research community for his commitment to excellence, patient care and the advancement of medical science.
Clinical Trials Research collaborates with well-known Pharmaceuticals (Sponsors), Contract Research Organizations (CROs) and Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) for the purpose of enhancing the lives of millions through the pursuit of medical innovation and research.