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B6TD: A study for people with tardive dyskinesia

To see if vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) can improve symptoms of tardive dyskinesia.

Age & Gender

  • 18 years ~ 80 years
  • Male, Female, Gender Inclusive

Visit Availability

  • Standard business hours (M-F, 8-5)

Location

North Carolina (Statewide)

What will be asked of you

The study involves 7 in-person visits. There is a physical exam, urine and blood tests, questionnaires, and interviews.

Incentives

Participants are paid at each study visit, earning up to $225 total. $50 for screening, $50 for baseline, and $25 for each additional study visit.

In-person visits : 7
Total length of participation : 10 weeks

Looking for Specific Volunteers

Able to participate:

  • You have tardive dyskinesia.
  • You have been treated with an antipsychotic medication.
  • You are 18-80 years old.

Not eligible if:

  • You are currently taking pyridoxine.
  • You are currently abusing alcohol or other substances.

Contact the Team

Visit Location

100% Remote (online, phone, text)

Additional Study Information

Principal Investigator

Fred Jarskog
Psychiatry - Research

Study Type

Clinical or Medical
Interventional

Study Topics

Bones, Joints, Muscles
Brain, Head, Nervous System
Hands and Feet
Mental and Emotional Health
Mouth and Teeth

IRB Number

17-1500

ClinicalTrials.gov

NCT03287778

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