Still have gout attacks? It's not your fault!
When a gout attack strikes, the intense pain stops you in your tracks. Lowering your serum uric acid may help decrease these gout attacks. But did you know that current gout treatments, like allopurinol, do not always control your uric acid? And some people can't take the current treatments for gout because of side effects.
Now there may be another option.
A clinical research study for an investigational medication for gout is underway at ACR. This clinical research study is being conducted to see how an investigational medicine works to lower high uric acid levels-the cause of gout and gout attacks.
If you are between the ages of 18 and 85 and have gout, you may be eligible to participate in this important clinical research study. And you don't need to be having an active gout flare to participate.
Whether your gout is in hiding or on the attack now is the time to act! To find out more, call 208 377-8653 x102 or x104 or complete the form below and someone will contact you.