Volunteering for a study enables you to take an active role in your own health. Learn more about some of the benefits of participating in a clinical trial.
This study will evaluate an investigational medication that is inserted into the vagina daily during 28 weeks to evaluate whether it can effectively increase sexual desire in postmenopausal women. You will have to undergo different tests at each visit and complete various questionnaires throughout the study.
This study is evaluating three investigational therapeutic vaccines against placebo. Placebo looks like the investigational vaccines, but contains no active vaccine. The investigational vaccines being evaluated in this study have not been approved to treat persistent HPV infections. They are considered under investigation and are only available in studies like this one. The results of this study will provide more information about the safety of the investigational vaccines and their efficacy in persistent HPV16 and HPV18 infections in women.
The purpose of the study is to see if Injectafer® (intravenous iron) will work to treat restless leg syndrome (RLS) in patients with iron deficiency anemia (IDA). The study is also being done to see if Injectafer® is safe as a treatment for people with RLS and IDA.
The Roccella study is for people with OA of the knee. The main purpose of this study is to look at whether the study drug (compared to placebo) is safe, well-tolerated, and effective to help prevent cartilage degradation and reduce OA pain in the knee.