Clinical Research at Xenoscience
Enrolling in a clinical research trial can be a rewarding experience. In our view at Xenoscience and 21st Century Neurology, participation is always optional (our doctors are willing to take care of patients using conventional therapy) and voluntary (you can enter and then decide to stop participating at any time without penalty). Some trials below have a placebo, which is a 'sugar pill' or a treatment that has no effect so the trial can be unbiased and prove that a drug works, and many of those trials also have an Open Label Extension during which participants will get the real experimental drug, provided they complete the first part, often called the Double-Blind Phase.
Please see the information at the FDA's website for more on participating in clinical trials.
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Our Proud History
Xenoscience has been a clinical research site since 2001. Founded by Stephen Flitman, MD as an Alzheimer specialty center, Xenoscience expanded into general neurology and advanced pain management. Joshua Tobin, MD joined in 2006 and added expertise in Migraine and atypical headache. We have been involved in over 200 clinical trials and have contributed to the approvals of many drugs. Please see our Success Page for details!