You can make a difference with Migraine.com TrialLink
We are excited to let you know that there is a new opportunity for you to make a difference in migraine research!
While most of us know that new medicines to treat migraine are being examined in clinical trials, few of us actually have the tools to access those trials. We want you to have a place to share your voice and really make a difference in the future of migraine treatment.
Starting this month, we will be offering the chance for Migraine.com community members to learn more about clinical trials performed by organizations researching new treatments for migraine.
What sort of research is being conducted for people like me?
There are many ways to take part in research, one of which is to participate in a clinical trial.
- Treatment efficacy & safety: This could mean taking part in a study for a new treatment that is in development, or even for an existing medication that is now being examined in migraine.
- Trial design and drug development: Researchers may also look for your feedback in the design of clinical trial or the treatment itself (for instance - should it be an injection or a pill?). To learn more about participating in clinical trials, click here.
- Behavioral and impact studies: Other research focuses on gathering information about how people with migraine manage their condition and how it impacts their daily lives. Results from our own Migraine In America survey demonstrate the far-reaching impact of migraine.
Why does this matter?
No one understands what it is like to live with migraine better than the migraine community! Taking part in cutting edge research or providing input on how studies are conducted will have a direct impact on those living with migraine.
How do I find out about new research opportunities?
When new research opportunities become available, we will share those with our registered community members via email!
We are thrilled to be able to provide this new opportunity to our community members! We hope you will join us in our goal to improve the lives of people with migraine!
I previously opted out of Migraine.com communications but would like to ensure I receive information regarding clinical trials. How can I change my communication preferences?
We’d love to have you back! To resume receiving all emails from Migraine.com, including those pertaining to TrialLink opportunities, send us a message at email@example.com with the email address you’d like to update.
The Migraine.com Team
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