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Clinical Research Study for Crohn’s Disease

Thank you for your interest in the REVOLVE Study

The REVOLVE Study is an international clinical research study that will involve more than 1000 patients. It will look at a potential new treatment option for people with active Crohn’s disease. The potential treatment – an investigational medication – is a medication that has been designed to impact the cells in the bowel. It may help reduce inflammation and restore balance in the gut.  The intent of this potential new treatment is to help people whose Crohn’s did not improve after taking at least one other medication for the treatment of Crohn’s.

What is a clinical research study?

A clinical research study is a scientific investigation that helps us find:

  • new medications
  • improved versions of medications already being used
  • new ways to take medications already being used.

All new medications must be tested in clinical research studies (also called clinical trials) before they can be approved and prescribed for use. Without these clinical research studies, no new medicines would be developed and few medical advances would be made.

What is the REVOLVE Study?

The REVOLVE Study is looking at an investigational medication that can be taken orally as 4 pills once a day. The study will look at whether the investigational medication is safe and effective at treating patients with Crohn’s.

Although many treatment options exist for people with Crohn’s, they can have serious side effects that impact the entire body. The investigational medication in the REVOLVE Study has been designed to dissolve when it reaches the gut and deliver the medication to the areas of the gut often affected by Crohn’s.

This study is being performed to find out whether the investigational medication is more effective than taking placebo (which looks just like the investigational medication but has no active medication) and if so, what does may be best for helping people with Crohn’s get better, and stay better.

What will taking part in the REVOLVE Study involve?

Crohn's Clinical Research Study Revolve

Can you take part in the Study?

You may be able to take part if you:

  • are 18 years of age or older
  • have been diagnosed with Crohn’s for at least 3 months
  • have active Crohn’s that did not improve or stay improved after trying at least one Crohn’s therapy, or you had to stop therapy because of side effects.

A study doctor will need to review your medical history and carry out some additional health assessments before deciding if the study is right for you. These assessments will be completed at the study center.

What else do you need to consider?

Taking part in the study is entirely up to you, and you can leave the study at any time. Throughout the study, you will be carefully monitored by a team of doctors and nurses. ?All study medication and study-related healthcare procedures will be provided to you at no cost. In addition, reasonable travel expenses may be reimbursed.

You may or may not benefit directly from taking part in the REVOLVE Study, but the information gathered from this study may help other patients with Crohn’s in the future.

Want to know more?

The study team will be happy to give you more information and answer any questions you may have. You can contact them using the details below. You may find it helpful to speak with your family doctor or gastroenterologist about taking part in the study.

Thank you for your interest in the REVOLVE Study.

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