Sweaty Hands? Check Out This New Clinical Research Study

by Sep 12, 2020Clinical Trials, Hyperhidrosis0 comments

After seeing so many new treatment options for hyperhidrosis that focus on axillary hyperhidrosis (underarm sweating), I’m thrilled to let you know about a new clinical research study for palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty hands).

This clinical research study for hyperhidrosis is currently looking for qualified participants in 11 locations across the United States. Compensation for time and travel will be provided for those who qualify, enroll and successfully complete the study.

It’s Time To Raise Your Sweaty Hands

Clinical research studies are important for the future of hyperhidrosis treatments and quality of life for those who suffer from this excessive sweating condition.

If you’re used to keeping your hands in your pockets and hiding your sweaty secret, for once you can release your shame and be seen in all your shining glory.

Your participation could help others have access to another medication to treat hyperhidrosis in the near future. Stand up to your sweat. Get involved.

How to Get Involved in This Research Study for Sweaty Hands

Visit study4sweatypalms.com for more information, or go straight to the secure qualification survey to see whether you qualify.

Enroll in Sweaty Hands Study

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Therapeutics, Inc. It’s been reviewed and approved by an Institutional Review Board (IRB) under the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA).

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