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Hot Flash Study

Now Open in Norfolk, NE

Meridian is now enrolling postmenopausal women age 40 to 65 for a clinical trial in Norfolk. This study of for an investigational medication for hot flashes and/or night sweats. Vasomotor symptoms (e.g., hot flashes) occur most often in the late menopausal transition and early post-menopause.

Estimates suggest that about 75% of women who are 50 or older will experience vasomotor symptoms. Most experience these symptoms for about two to five years, although at least 10% suffer for more than 10 years. VMS can contribute towards physical and psycho-social impairment, with a consequent reduction in health related quality of life, and are one of the main reasons why women may seek medical care for the menopause.

Eligible participants…

  • Must be postmenopausal women age 40 to 65
  • Must be seeking treatment for relief of vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause (e.g., hot flashes, night sweats)
  • May receive compensation for time and travel
  • Do not need insurance to join this study

For more information, complete the form on this page. After you submit your information, a Meridian enrollment specialist will call you to talk about the study. There is no obligation to join — you can decide if the study is right for you.

You can also talk to a Meridian enrollment specialist about this study by calling (402) 934-7563.

Study Location

Meridian Clinical Research
1410 N 13th St, Suite 5
Norfolk, NE 68701

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About Meridian Clinical Research

Founded in 1999 in Omaha, NE, Meridian studies the safety and effectiveness of new medicines, devices, and treatments. Its mission is to enrich lives by providing quality, compassionate care to patients and unparalleled clinical research services.

Clinical studies help scientists develop life-changing medicines, but it starts with you — participation makes it all possible. For more than 20 years, thousands of patients have trusted Meridian because of our focus on creating a positive patient experience.