Adult MDD Research Study
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) changes how you view the world.
It causes extreme sadness and feelings of hopelessness.
A clinical research study is currently evaluating an
investigational drug for its safety and effectiveness in
the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder.
WHAT IS A MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER CLINICAL TRIAL?
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) clinical trials are voluntary
and you don’t have to participate if you don’t want to. These
clinical trials help researchers find better ways to treat
people suffering from MDD. All antidepressant therapies in
the U.S. were first studied in clinical trials.
WHAT IS THIS PROGRAM ABOUT?
The purpose of these clinical studies is to understand the safety, tolerability and how well the investigational drug works to treat Major Depressive Disorder.
CAN ANYONE PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROGRAM?
To be considered for enrollment in these studies you must:
• Be between 18 – 65 years old
• Have a diagnosis of Major Depressive Disorder
• Not be getting adequate response with your current treatment
• Not be pregnant or planning pregnancy and are willing to use contraceptives to prevent pregnancy during the study
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