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Clinical Trials – New Jersey

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In Central New Jersey – Dr. Lesley Allen of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is recruiting for two very different free treatment studies of possible interest to readers. One trial involves psychosocial stress-reduction therapy for patients with “multiple, persistent physical symptoms.” The other will study a medication for insomnia.

Overall, note that study subjects must live within traveling distance of the test site, and no enrollment closing date has been set for either study at this time. The two studies are:

Psychosocial Treatment Trial
Dr. Lesley Allen at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is recruiting participants who are bothered by multiple, persistent physical symptoms (such as pain, fatigue, gastrointestinal difficulties or menstrual difficulties) OR participants who have Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Temporo-Mandibular Joint Disorders, or Chemical Sensitivities for a free treatment study:

n To examine a new psychosocial treatment designed to help reduce physical discomfort.

n Based on the idea that stress tends to make physical symptoms worse, the program teaches stress management and coping skills as a way to reduce physical discomfort.

Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 65 and must be experiencing multiple, unexplained physical symptoms. Medications must be stable for at least two months, and applicants must not be involved in (or be willing to delay) psychotherapy treatment during the four-month duration of the study.

The 14 weekly sessions will be offered at no cost to participants. They will be compensated $20 for each completed assessment.

For more information, contact Jade Tiu, Research Coordinator
E-mail: tiuje@umdnj.edu
Phone: 732.235.3378
671 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, NJ 08854

Insomnia Medication Trial
Dr. Lesley Allen at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is recruiting Fibromyalgia patients who are also experiencing sleeping difficulties for a medication study:

n To examine the effects of a sleep medication as a treatment for insomnia and Fibromyalgia symptoms.

Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 64, have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, and be stable on medications for at least one month. Additionally, applicants must not be involved in (or be willing to delay) psychotherapy treatment during the duration of the study.

The study involves 7 visits for approximately 4 months. All study pills and procedures are free of charge and participants will be compensated $20 for each completed visit.

For more information, contact Jade Tiu, Research Coordinator
E-mail: tiuje@umdnj.edu
Phone: 732.235.3378
671 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, NJ 08854

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