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Studies you may be eligible for. 4

Based on the information you provided, we found the following studies.

  • SURE-PD3: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of urate-elevating inosine treatment to slow clinical decline in early Parkinson's disease (PD) We are conducting this research study to find out whether a treatment that raises urate levels can slow the rate of worsening in Parkinson's disease (PD). This study is researching all of the following topics: Parkinson's disease This study is looking for: male female both men and women Volunteers with specific conditions
    • More than 30 years old
  • Cholinergic Mechanisms of Gait Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease Balance and gait problems cause severe impairments for people with Parkinson┬┐s disease. This study focuses on other changes in the brain that occur in Parkinson┬┐s disease that may contribute to balance and gait problems. This study is researching all of the following topics: Parkinson's disease This study is looking for: male female both men and women Volunteers with specific conditions
    • More than 50 years old
  • Serotonin and Amyloidopathy in Parkinson's Disease The purpose of this study is to determine if changes in brain serotonin affects the accumulation of amyloid in the brains of people with Parkinson's disease (PD) and healthy volunteers. This study is researching all of the following topics: Parkinson's disease This study is looking for: male female both men and women Volunteers with specific conditions and Healthy volunteers
    • 60 years to 80 years
    • More than 45 years old
  • Aß and the progression of cognitive impairment in PD Dementia is a frequent and devastating non-motor complication of Parkinson's disease (PD). Although loss of dopamine producing brain cells play a role in cognitive changes, persons with PD with more s This study is researching all of the following topics: Parkinson's disease This study is looking for: male female both men and women Volunteers with specific conditions
    • 50 years to 999 years