Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
MAC Clinical Research is looking for 18-65 year olds to trial a new medication for OCD.
Living with intrusive thoughts or compulsive behaviours?
Is your current OCD treatment not working?
Improving quality of life
About This OCD Clinical Trial
People with obsessive compulsive disorder tend to have signalling pathways in the brain which are overactive, causing intrusive thoughts, compulsive behaviour or other OCD symptoms. Recent studies of this new OCD medication works to dampen down these overactive pathways which may help people with OCD when used in combination with their usual OCD medication.
The study will run for approximately five months. This includes taking the medication daily for ten weeks, and requires 7 visits to the clinic for check-ups to see:
– If your OCD symptoms improve.
– How well you cope with taking the medication (any side-effects).
A full description of the study will be given before you decide to take part.