Migraines are often thought of as simply a “bad headache.” However, contrary to this common belief, they’re not. A migraine is comprised of multiple neurological symptoms – usually including a severe throbbing, and persistent pain on one side of the head. Migraine attacks can last from 4 hours, to as long as 72 hours.

You Probably Know More Sufferers Than You May Be Aware Of:

  • Migraines are the 3rd most prevalent neurological condition in the world
  • 12% of the US population (including 10% of children) suffer from migraines
  • Migraines are often hereditary
  • 18% of American women fall victim to migraines (compared to 6% of men)

Migraines Can be really, really debilitating

  • Migraines are the 6th most disabling illness in the world (Migraine Research Foundation)
  • 10% of sufferers have chronic migraine, (15+ migraine days per month)
  • 90% of sufferers cannot work or function normally during their migraines

Migraines are Still Largely a Medical mystery

  • More than half of all sufferers are never diagnosed with migraines
  • Many sufferers never seek medical attention for their pain
  • Only 4% of migraine sufferers ever seek a headache specialist

Despite migraines still being a medical mystery, there are new treatments being investigated. Rochester Clinical Research is at the forefront of this research. Check out the studies below and call 288-0890 to see if you qualify.

See below for current research studies.

Migraine Relief Study

Rochester Clinical Research wants to help advance treatments for people who suffer from episodic migraines. We are conducting a study that is three months long and requires you to come in once a month to receive an injection. RCR is seeking healthy individuals between the ages of 18-65 who get 4-14 migraines a month to participate. This is a phase 4 study and Rochester Clinical research wants to help get this treatment FDA-approved so that people no longer have to let migraines slow down their day.

View Trial Details
Ages 18 – 65
Compensation* TBD (Waiting on contracts)
Study Topics Migraine

*Compensation for time and travel may be available to those who qualify.