For some obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) patients, prescribed treatment alone is not enough to effectively manage OCD. If you are having trouble controlling your OCD, even with medication, you know how your social and professional life can be affected.
A medical research study is being conducted to evaluate an investigational medication for OCD patients who have not responded adequately to their current treatment.
If you have been diagnosed with OCD and are struggling with your current treatment, we hope that you will consider participating in this study.
This study is for people suffering from OCD. It involves taking a medication approved for the treatment of OCD, and adding a new medication to that. Eligible patients are 18+ years old, and in good general health. This is an outpatient study. Length of participation is 14 weeks, plus an additional year for patients who respond well and wish to continue the new medication.
Please fill out this form if you are interested in participating or just have a question about a program and someone will get back to you shortly.