Current Studies

Current Studies Available

BPH / Overactive Bladder: Urovant

Are you going places? Or Looking for places to go?

Managing your benigh prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) alone may not be enough.

If you are on BPH therapy and visiting the bathroom frequently, you may have an overactive bladder (OAB).

The immediate need to 'go' interrupts your day and night - and it may not be caused by your BPH.

  • Do you have to use the bathroom at least 8 times a day?
  • Do you still wake up 2 or more times each night to use the bathroom?
  • Do you experience a need to use the bathroom immediately (urinary urgency)?

If these symptoms disrupt your day and night, you may also have a condition called OAB.

About the COURAGE Study

A clinical research study is testing the safety and effectiveness of an investigational drug in men on BPH therapy experiencing OAB symptoms. The investigational drug is compared with a placebo. A placebo looks exactly like the investigational drug but contains no active medication. Over 1000 participants in over 135 study centers across North America and Europe are expected to take part in the COURAGE Study.

Overactive Bladder: Allergan

Take control of your life and your bladder

Overactive Bladder (OAB) with Urinary Incontinence (UI) occurs when you cannot control the muscle contractions of your bladder and urine leaks unexpectedly. It's a condition that can cause extreme inconvenience on your everyday life. The Apollo Study, which is enrolling now, is researching a new investigational drug for OAB.

You May Be Eligible for This Study if You:

  • Are 18 to 75 years old
  • Have had symptoms of OAB with Urinary Incontinence for a period of at least 6 months
  • Had an inadequate reponse or limiting side effects to previous treatments

Participants will receive study-related care at no cost.

Contact us today to see if you qualify.

Clinical Trials In The Pipeline:

Our site is always looking for Normal Healthy blood draws, Bladder Cancer, BPH, Prostate Cancer subjects for a one time blood draw. This is a one-time blood draw which may aid in the development and improvement of new diagnostic test kits, devices, biomarker discovery and clinical medical research on particular disease and illness. Information about you is confidential, and you will compensated for your time.

Please contact Diane Gerrity if you are interested in finding out more information about clinical trials at:

(516) 742-3200 Ext. 302 or email us at: