Flushed, Flustered, or Just Hot Flashes?
Hot Flashes Clinical Trials May Be An Option!
Vasomotor symptoms or hot flashes are most commonly experienced by women during menopause. Although the exact cause of it is not fully understood, studies suggest that it may occur due to changes in the hypothalamus.
If you or someone you know have vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause, Revive Research Institute is conducting Hot Flashes Clinical Trials that may provide potential treatment options.
To participate in the Hot Flashes Clinical Trials you must:
- Be 40 to 65 years old
- Not have had a menstrual period for at least 6 months
- Experience hot flashes associated with menopause
*Additional Criteria may apply.
Revive Research Institute is conducting a clinical trial in search of a potential hot flashes treatment option. We are researching a non-hormonal, investigational medication that may be able to help women going through menopause and its associated symptoms.
*Participation in the Hot Flashes Clinical Trials is free of cost. To learn more or to enroll, fill out the form and someone from the research team will contact you to discuss if you may be eligible to participate in the study.