3 Reasons to Participate in a Hyperhidrosis Study

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If you’re reading this, chances are that you or someone you know suffers from hyperhidrosis. Fortunately, doctors and clinical researchers like us understand how distressing hyperhidrosis can be. We are striving to develop treatments that allow hyperhidrosis sufferers to live more fulfilling lives. To get there though, we need hyperhidrosis sufferers just like you or your loved ones to participate in our studies. Without patients, there would be no new medical treatments anywhere... period.

Not sure if participating is for you? Below are three reasons hyperhidrosis sufferers should participate in a research study.

1. There’s room for improvement.

Despite the number of people who suffer from Hyperhidrosis, there is still not a one-size-fits-all treatment. Not everyone has found a solution that works for them, meaning the number of sufferers going without treatment and trying to cope with this condition is too high. Participating in hyperhidrosis research is the most important way you can help doctors and clinical researchers develop a better treatment – one that treats the greatest number of people (including yourself and loved ones) the most effectively. 

2. You'll get a potentially ground-breaking treatment plan.

Chances are you are here because you have hyperhidrosis and are interested in helping our research team develop knowledge that improves our health or increases understanding of our biology. Know that participating in this clinical study means you will be seen by a doctor, closely monitored for months, and may receive what ends up being an effective treatment for your condition. Bonus: you are compensated for your time!

3. You will help millions of people worldwide.

Hyperhidrosis effects the lives of over 9 million Americans and 380 million people globally. When you decide to take part in a clinical research trial evaluating a new drug for hyperhidrosis, we hope you understand that you will be playing a very important part in potentially changing the lives of hundreds of millions of people.  This is a profoundly noble deed, and participating in a clinical trial evaluating a new drug for hyperhidrosis is something you should be proud to have devoted your time to. 


Ready to take the plunge?

Learn more about being a participant in the Argyle Study or see if you prequalify to participate now. 

Source: IHHS

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