Do you have Hereditary Angioedema?
Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) is one of Dr. McNeil’s areas of expertise. We are currently screening participants that may qualify for a new clinical research study for an investigational medication.
Hereditary Angioedema Facts
- HAE stems from a genetic predisposition, unlike other forms of the condition such as allergic, idiopathic and drug-induced angioedema.
- HAE is a rare condition that affects approximately one in 10,000 to one in 50,000 people around the world, according to the latest clinical research.
- The primary symptoms of HAE are swelling of the throat, tongue, eyes, lips, hands and feet, but HAE also causes gastrointestinal swelling too.
- HAE differs substantially from hives, a common allergic reaction.
- HAE attacks can last as long as two to five days.
- Attacks can be triggered by surgery, trauma, dental procedures and even emotional stress, but HAE attacks follow no distinct recurrent pattern, even among family members.
- Current medication regimens are only minimally effective against the onset and duration of HAE attacks.
- In the most severe cases, HAE attacks can be fatal due to swelling of the airways.
Benefits to participating:
- Access to medical specialists right here in Columbus. Dr McNeil and his clinical staff have decades of combined experience. The sponsors of clinical trials take great care selecting trustworthy teams of medical experts to conduct a clinical trial.
- Participants have the opportunity to help advance medical science. Participants interested in helping others like themselves can take solace in knowing that by joining a clinical trial others will benefit in the future.
- Clinical trials may potentially give participants access to medicines or other treatments that are not yet available to the general public.
Does it Cost to Participate?
- All study-related office visits, medical examinations, and investigational medications will be provided at no cost
- There is no insurance needed and you may also be compensated for your time.
- Transportation to study visits may also be available
Interested in participating?
- To see if you qualify for the study, fill the form out on this page and someone from out medical team will contact you as soon as possible.
- Feel free to call us if you have any questions. (614) 430-3030
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