Botox® Research Continues for Raynaud’s Relief

We’ve shared in the past that Botox® is being tested as a potential treatment for Raynaud’s.  Results of an initial small study were promising enough that a new trial is underway at Emory University – unfortunately still a small study, but at least it’s progress.

2013-10-03T17:31:38-04:00November 24th, 2012|In The News|Comments Off on Botox® Research Continues for Raynaud’s Relief

Patients with Raynaud’s Syndrome Sought for SIU Clinical Trial

Patients suffering with finger pain caused by Raynaud’s Syndrome are needed to participate in a clinical trial at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine’s Division of Plastic Surgery. The randomized, double-blind clinical trial examines the effect of using Botox® to relieve pain by increasing blood flow. SIU is the only site in the United States

2012-08-07T12:50:37-04:00March 14th, 2012|In The News|Comments Off on Patients with Raynaud’s Syndrome Sought for SIU Clinical Trial

Clinical Trials For BOTOX® Study

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is currently recruiting Raynaud’s patients to participate in a clinical trial of BOTOX® therapy for chronic pain and ulcerations.  This is a 28-day randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial requiring travel to the clinic in Springfield, Illinois. 

2012-11-24T14:19:37-05:00September 27th, 2011|In The News|3 Comments