Investigators at Princeton Medical Institute in New Jersey Are Seeking Adults Who Stutter for Clinical Research Study
Published: Apr 02, 2009
PRINCETON, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Men and women who stutter often have so much to say but they may not always say it the way they want. As part of a new clinical study at Princeton Medical Institute in New Jersey, researchers led by Dr. Jeffrey Apter will test whether pagoclone, an investigational medication for stuttering, may offer a way to achieve more fluent speech. To determine whether you or someone you know may qualify for the study, please visit www.StutteringStudy.com or call 866-469-0444.