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Is My Child Eligible?

Easing the study enrollment process

The safety of your child is your top priority. That’s why all parents and caregivers understandably have questions and concerns about the clinical trial process. That’s why we’ve created this site to provide helpful information that makes the enrollment process a little easier for families. Before participating in the trial, we must determine your child’s eligibility. Here’s a quick guide to the eligibility criteria:

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IF YOUR CHILD IS:
MALE OR FEMALE
13-17
YEARS OLD
+ IS DIAGNOSED WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
+ IS HIGHLY IRRITABLE
IS ABLE TO ATTEND CLINIC APPOINTMENTS IN PERSON
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HAS A PARENT OR CAREGIVER WHO CAN READ, WRITE AND SPEAK ENGLISH TO COMPLETE STUDY ASSESSMENTS

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If you think your child is eligible for the study and may benefit from the experimental treatment, take the next step:

“The severity of daily challenges faced by people with autism, combined with the lack of safe and effective treatment options, has resulted in a significant unmet need for innovative medical interventions.”

 

— Raun D. Melmed, M.D., co-founder and medical director of the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center, who is a principal investigator for the AB-2004 study

 

“The AB-2004 clinical trial program offers potential hope for children with ASD who too often struggle with anxiety and irritability such that it permeates all aspects of daily life.”

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