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Hot Flash Study


Wish you could turn down the heat from hot flashes?

We’re researching a non-hormonal, investigational medication that could help to reduce symptoms associated with menopause.

Researchers are looking at a potential new medication to see how safe it is and how well it works to reduce the frequency and severity of hot flashes (feeling flushed and/or sweaty).  They will also check how it affects quality of sleep and what does should be used.

  • You may be able to take part if you:
    are a woman who has gone through menopause (stopped having periods)
  • have hot flashes that include sweating about 7 times per day
  • are not taking antidepressants or medications that contain estrogen

About 360 women from the United States will take part in the study.  It will last for about 20 weeks and will require 7 visits to the study center, plus period phone calls.

Want to know more?

To learn more, please contact:
Coastal Connecticut Research

(860) 443-4567


The ASPIRE-1 Study