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Clinical Trials for Tourette Syndrome
Tourette Syndrome, know as TIC, is a disorder that involves repetitive movements, unwanted sounds, and eye blinking that is hard to controll. TIC normally starts between the ages of 2 – 21 and persists until late in life.
About the Study
Our Scranton, PA site is currently enrolling subjects with Tourette Syndrome into research studies. Researchers are looking for subjects between the ages 18 and 64. The duration of the research study is 13 weeks. All study related visits, laboratory work, study medication, and all study related procedures including physical exams are provided at no cost to those who qualify for study. Qualified participants will receive compensation for time and travel. Other criteria for eligibility will be discussed with interested persons, without obligation, when calling the telephone number of your nearest site. Please go to our contact page for ways to inquire about this study.
If you, or someone you know, suffers from Tourette Syndrome, you may be eligible to participate in a research study. Our studies seek to determine the safety and efficacy of an investigational drug for the treatment of those with the disease. For more information please contact us.
Join a Tourette Syndrome Clinical Trial Today
Princeton Medical Institute (PMI) is the headquarters of Global Medical Institutes, LLC, an investigative research organization that has been conducting clinical trials in the areas of psychiatry, neurology, and general medicine since 1989.
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