Posted by: Thixia | September 19, 2008

Are you between the age of 18 and 65 with a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis?

Trial Information

Summary: Are you between the age of 18 and 65 with a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis?

 

The Billings Clinic Research Center is currently conducting a research study to evaluate the safety and tolerability of a once weekly oral dosing of an investigational treatment for patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Qualified participants may receive study-related neurological examinations, physical examinations, laboratory tests, ECG’s, MRI’s, investigational study medication and compensation for time and travel.

PatientInclusionCriteria
Male/Female between the ages of 18 and 65; diagnosis of clinically isolated syndrome or a relapsing form(s) of Multiple Sclerosis; clinical relapse within the past three years or a gadolinium enhancing lesion on a brain MRI scan within the past 12 months; baseline EDSS score of 0-6.5.

Patient Exclusion Criteria
Primary progressive Multiple Sclerosis; history of malignancy, tuberculosis, invasive fungal infections, herpes zoster infection (or shingles), or other opportunistic infections, or any current active infection; concurrent diagnosis of any other autoimmune disease (i.e., rheumatoid arthritis or lupus).

 

Contact:

Mary Salle (Ext 6489) or Becky Kiesow (Ext 8473), Recruitment Team
Billings Clinic Research Center
1045 North 30th Street
Billings, MT 59101
Telephone: (406) 255-8470 or toll free at (800) 996-2663
Fax: (406) 255-8479
Email: research@billingsclinic.org 

Profile Page: Billings Clinic Research Center, Billings, MT

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