Clinical Trials Update: Jan. 22, 2010Last Updated: January 22, 2010.
(HealthDay News) -- Here are the latest clinical trials, courtesy of ClinicalConnection.com:
Post Herpetic / Post Traumatic Neuralgia
This study will evaluate an investigational drug to see if it is effective in treating people with moderate-to-severe neuropathic pain. The study will last 12 weeks and include seven visits.
The research site is in Sacramento, Calif.
Birth Control (Healthy Female Volunteers)
This open-label study will evaluate an investigational combination birth control pill for women. Study participants will receive the active pill at no cost for one year.
The research site is in Dallas, Texas.
Aspirin Use with Risk of Ulcers
This study is of an investigational drug that combines aspirin with a second medication to see if it helps prevent stomach ulcers. You may qualify if you have taken 325 mg. of aspirin daily to prevent another heart attack or stroke for at least the past three months.
The research site is in Anderson, S.C.
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