Play Your Part in Early Parkinson’s Disease

The Orchestra Study, a clinical research study to evaluate the use of an investigational medication called UCB0599 in men and women with early-stage Parkinson’s disease, is now enrolling.

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About Clinical Studies

Clinical research studies (also called clinical trials) are critical for identifying new ways of treating medical conditions and diseases. All medications must be tested in clinical research studies before they can be approved and prescribed to patients.

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Taking Part

By joining the Orchestra Study you have the opportunity to help clinical research into early-stage Parkinson’s disease.

You will be joined by other people with Parkinson’s disease from across North America and Europe.

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Clinical research studies can help advance the understanding of a disease, and they rely on individuals volunteering to participate. They are the most important way for researchers to find out if drugs that are being developed are well tolerated and effective.

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