Disorders

Rare Neurological Disorders

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A rare neurological disease is defined as a condition that affects less than 200,000 americans.  Examples of rare neurological diseases include amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and Huntington’s disease. Rare neurological diseases don’t have to control your life. If you or your child is struggling with the symptoms of a rare neurological disease, new search studies could be an option for you.  

Qualified participants include: 

Those diagnosed with a rare neurological disease. 

Those currently under the care of a physician for a rare neurological disease. 

Additional criteria apply. 

Those that qualify are seen by a board-certified physician at no cost, have access to possible new treatment for epilepsy and are compensated for time and travel. Apply online or call (850) 934-1299 for more info! 

Clinical trials are research studies designed to provide valuable data for a new or existing treatment, or treatment method, to determine if it is safe and effective for humans. In order to determine if a treatment is both safe and effective, testing must be conducted to provide statistical proof. According to laws and regulations, all clinical trials must be reviewed, approved and monitored by an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to ensure the ethical treatment of participants, and to ensure that all participants are fully informed about the study prior to agreeing to participate.