Non-erosive Reflux Disease Clinical Trial

FOMAT is enrolling participants for a Reflux Disease Clinical Trial.

NERD is a severe form of acid reflux. It occurs when stomach acid flows backward into the esophagus, causing pain and irritation. The main symptoms of NERD are a burning sensation in the chest (heartburn) and uncomfortable movement of something from the stomach through the esophagus (regurgitation). 

NERD is treated with medications called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs). However, some people do not respond to PPIs. This Clinical Trial is researching a study medication that may provide another therapy option for people with NERD. 

Are you over 18 years old? Then consider joining this paid clinical trial!

≥ 18

More about NERD

Nonerosive reflux disease (NERD) is the most common form of gastroesophageal reflux disease, characterized by typical reflux symptoms with no visible esophageal mucosal injury.

Treatment of NERD typically involves lifestyle modifications, such as eliminating foods that trigger symptoms, and medications that reduce stomach acid production.

Study Compensation​

You will be compensated for your time in the study. You will not be charged for any procedure performed for this study.

You will be reimbursed following each completed visit.

Paid Clinical Trial

Are over 18 years old? Then consider joining this paid clinical trial!

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