Clinical Trials at Risk of Closing due to Lack of Volunteers

Can You HELP?

Clinical trials are a vital part of searching for better treatments and a cure for Parkinson’s. They rely on participants to help understand the potential benefits of a new treatment, before it can become available. If clinical trials fail to recruit enough participants, important new treatments could be delayed by years, or risk never being made available at all.

We are featuring two trials which are struggling to recruit participants. Both of these trials are looking for people with Parkinson’s.

If you don’t have Parkinson’s or these opportunities aren’t relevant to you, please help us spread the word by sharing with your friends, family and community.

One focuses on a new drug to slow the progression of Parkinson’s, while the other is hoping to help manage symptoms of the condition.