Diabetic peripheral neuropathy is more commonly known as diabetic nerve pain. It is a condition characterized by painful symptoms like burning, stabbing or shooting pain in the feet and legs or hands and arms.

senior-couple-embracingMore than half of all diabetics develop some form of neuropathy (painful nerve damage) by the time they have had diabetes for 25 years. Diabetic nerve pain is characterized by painful symptoms like burning, stabbing or shooting pain in the feet and legs or hands and arms. Nerve pain may make it hard to do simple things like dressing, walking, or even just lying down. Keeping your blood glucose within normal range may help you delay or prevent painful nerve damage. If you are struggling with diabetic nerve pain, joining a research study may offer you some treatment options.

Diabetic Nerve Pain Study

This study is evaluating a medication to treat nerve pain with less side effects. The study medication is already FDA approved for a different condition, but using it to treat nerve pain is investigational.

Who qualifies?

You may qualify for this study if you have diabetes and struggle with persistent nerve pain in your feet and / or hands.

Qualified participants receive:

  • Study-related physician’s care and close monitoring
  • Study-related medication, exams and lab tests
  • Expert advice about your condition and treatment options
  • Compensation for time and travel
  • There is no cost - and no need for medical insurance

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  • Early Notification for Future Studies
  • Stay Up To Date on the Latest Research
  • No Cost! Easy! Private!

 

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