Cancer may have taken your appetite away- but we may be able to help.
There’s an investigational medication that could help you regain your appetite and gain some lost weight. See if you qualify to try it in this clinical trial.
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Your name and information will not be shared with any third party for any reason.
Participating in a study is your choice. You can discuss it with family, friends, and your doctor, so you feel supported in your decision.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
You have questions. We have answers.
Many people with cancer lose their appetite because of cancer or cancer treatment. Anorexia refers to a loss of appetite leading to weight loss, which can be unhealthy and uncomfortable. If this sounds familiar, this study could be a good fit for you or a loved one.
The investigational treatment, ART27.13, is designed to target the body’s receptors that manage appetite. It may help increase appetite and weight.
The study lasts 18 weeks. The first two weeks are for screening (making sure you qualify,) then comes 12 weeks of taking the treatment or placebo, then 4 weeks of follow up.
Yes, participation is voluntary, and you can end your participation at any time.
No, there is no cost to participate. Study-related travel expenses can be reimbursed.
No, you’ll have a 75% chance of receiving the investigational treatment and a 25% chance of receiving the placebo. A placebo is like a sugar pill that helps us see if the investigational treatment works.
Some treatments are allowed, so that will be determined during a live telephone call at a later date if you initially qualify now.