Migraine Headaches Clinical Trial
- Age 19 years or older
Migraine is a debilitating headache disorder that affects 14% of the population, and up to 18% of women. Migraine is currently ranked by the World Health Organization (WHO) as 19th among causes for years lived with disability. Migraines can cause severe, throbbing headache, sometimes concentrated on only one side of the head or around one eye lasting between four and 72 hours. A headache that worsens with exertion, nausea and vomiting, extreme sensitivity to light, so painful to the eyes and head that it requires retreat to a darkened room.
If you or someone you know is 19 years of age or older and has migraine headaches, we invite you to participate in a clinical research study using an investigational non-narcotic medication for people who suffer from migraines. Qualified participants will receive study-related medical care, and study medication. Insurance is not required.
Dr. Harry Studdard is the study doctor who will oversee the care of each patient enrolled. Dr. Studdard is board certified in Internal Medicine. Dr. Studdard has been practicing medicine since 1984, with his current private practice (Mobile Adult Care) located on the campus of Springhill Medical Center. Dr. Studdard has been conducting clinical research at CCR since 2004.