This study is trying to learn more about a medication called sparsentan, and how it can help the kidneys filter protein and slow the decline of kidney function. The amount of protein found in the urine (called proteinuria) is seen as a marker of kidney function. Lowering proteinuria levels is associated with better kidney health outcomes.
Your child will take a medicine called sparsentan every day. The medicine will be in liquid form. A blood sample and a urine sample will be collected at each study visit visit. Some study visits may be conducted at your home if you do not wish to travel.
$60 for each completed visit; up to $1,020 over 2 years.
Clinical or Medical
Kidneys and Liver