Do you have Eosinophilic Esophagitis?

Consider our research study evaluating an investigational medicine.

Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is a disease that affects the ability to swallow food. Researchers are testing an investigational drug, a biologic, to see if it helps give relief by preventing the body from responding to allergens that may cause EoE.

You may qualify to take part in this study if you are male or female, 12-75 years of age and:

  • Diagnosed with EoE
  • Have trouble swallowing foods or liquids
  • Used or are using proton-pump inhibitor medications but still have symptoms; medications such as Prilosec, Prevacid, and Nexium
  • Additional requirements apply, which the study doctor will discuss with you.

There is no cost to take part in this study. The study drug (or placebo) and all related study tests that aren’t part of your normal care will be provided at no cost. You may be reimbursed for study-related expenses, such as travel and parking fees

Location: MNGI Digestive Health, Plymouth Clinic

Physician Investigator: Dr. Mitlyng

Study Coordinator: Jen Burdick

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