Have you recently been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease?

If so, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study evaluating the safety and effectiveness of an

investigational medication for Parkinson disease symptoms.

The investigational medication is composed of a combination of two currently approved drugs for Parkinson’s

disease in low doses.

The study involves taking once-daily study medications and includes 7 visits to the study center during

approximately 14 to 18 weeks.

You may qualify to participate in the study if:

• You were recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease

• You are between the ages 35 and 80

• Have not been taking other Parkinson’s disease medication for more than 4 weeks

Qualified participants will receive at no cost:

• Investigational medication(s)

• Study related medical care by Parkinson’s disease researchers

• Medical and physical examinations

• Laboratory tests

If you are interested in participating and would like more information, please contact:

Gardner-McMaster Parkinson’s Center

3000 Arlington Ave, Toledo, OH 43614

Lawrence Elmer MD, PhD

Stephanie Wilson MSN, APRN, CCRC

419-383-6721

stephanie.wilson@utoledo.edu

You can also visit: www.pharma2b.com

Parkinson’s Disease Research Opportunities

  • Do you have PD and are currently on Sinemet and experience “off” time when your medications are not working to control your symptoms?
  • Have you been diagnosed with Parkinson’s but have not started taking any Parkinson’s medication
  • Do you have PD and are experiencing lightheadedness or dizziness.

If you answered “Yes” to any of the above questions, you may qualify for one of the clinical research trials being conducted by Lawrence Elmer MD, PhD/ Molly Scott CNP and the research team at the Gardner-McMaster Parkinson Center.

For more information, please call Stephanie Wilson RN at 419-383-6721

Please consider registering on www.foxtrialfinder.org to get information regarding Parkinson’s research being conducted in your area. This system, established by the Michael J. Fox foundation, is used to help potential study participants match with clinics that are conducting research studies.