At the International RSD Foundation, we are committed to helping RSD/CRPS patients with the latest information regarding clinical trials for treatment and research into this very puzzling disease we call RSD/CRPS.
Please check this space for future updates on RSD research.
New CRPS Research Study
If you have Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), or any of following symptoms in your hand, arm, leg or foot: severe, non-stop pain, swelling, sensitivity to touch, hair or nail changes, or difficulty moving for less than 2 years, we invite you to learn about a research study of an investigational drug to treat the condition. In this study, researchers will evaluate the safety and efficacy of the investigational drug as treatment for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). If you meet the requirements listed below, follow the screening link to get more information about a clinical trial in your area.
To pre-qualify for this study, you must:
Have any of following symptoms in your hand, arm, leg or foot: swelling, sensitivity to touch, hair or nail changes, or difficulty moving
- Have had CRPS symptoms for less than two years
- Have tried 2 or more treatments for CRPS that did not work for you
For more information email CRPSstudy@leapcure.com
The National Institutes of Health (N I H) does a tremendous amount of research regarding RSD/CRPS.
The following links below are some new clinical trials that are being conducted by the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD.
Please click on the links below to view more information regarding these studies.
National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI)
Sheila Curristin, PhD
Director, Rare Disease Program
The National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI)
8 Penn Center, Suite 800
1628 JFK Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 1-800-222-NDRI (6374)
Phone: 215-557-7361 Ext: 232
In, July of 2008, I was contacted by The National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI) in Philadelphia, PA. The NDRI is involved in doing tissue research for rare disease such as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).
The NDRI is looking for people to make tissue donations. If you would like you can make a donation when you have surgery or you can make arrangements beforehand, to donate your tissue at the time of your death.
I feel that making a tissue donation is a very import step to help finding a cure for RSD. In fact, I had surgery to amputate my left leg on August 25, 2008 and I had made the decision to donate my tissue to The NDRI to help with their ongoing research to help finding a cure for RSD.
For more information please visit the National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI) website site at: