A Clinical Research Study for
Moderate to Severe Tremor Due to Parkinson's Disease

Keep on Climbing With the PATAGONIA Study

Don’t let any obstacles knock you down on your journey with Parkinson’s disease. If your tremor persists even with standard Parkinson’s disease treatment, join a community dedicated to finding answers by participating in a clinical trial. See if the PATAGONIA Study is right for you.

You may be able to participate
in the PATAGONIA Study if you:

Are 40 to 85 years of age
Have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease
Are 40 to 85 years of age
Have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease
Experience moderate to severe tremor that affects your daily activities

If you are interested in participating, the trial doctor or staff will review additional trial criteria with you.

Qualified participants will receive all trial-related drugs and trial-related care at no cost. Participants may be reimbursed for travel and expenses.

About Parkinson’s Disease and Tremor

  • Parkinson’s disease is a disorder in the brain that causes uncontrollable movements.1,2
  • A tremor due to Parkinson’s disease is an uncontrollable shaking movement.3
  • Tremor can affect the hands, feet, and legs, as well as the jaw, chin, mouth, and tongue.3
  • About 80% of people with Parkinson's experience tremor.3
  • Approximately 10 million people around the world have Parkinson’s disease.1

We need clinical research to find safe and effective treatment options for everyone. This is where the PATAGONIA Study comes in.

Consider joining the PATAGONIA Study today.
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