Working to Improve Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) Treatment
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with EoE, you may be interested in enrolling in a clinical trial studying a new treatment option.
Have on average trouble swallowing food at least twice a week
Must be on a stable diet and medications for EoE
Participants must be age 18 to 75 years old, both inclusive
Documented diagnosis of EoE
Additional criteria will need to be met and will be discussed with a doctor.
Clinical trials help physicians and researchers learn more about EoE and new medications that may help patients like yourself.*
If you are eligible to participate, you will receive:
• Expert medical care related to the study, at no cost to you
• Compensation for travel and inconvenience
* The study medication is investigational, which means that it is not approved by the FDA.
What is the purpose of the clinical trial?
The purpose of this research study is to learn about how people diagnosed with EoE respond to IRL201104 (‘1104 – “the study medication”), and if the study medication will help with their symptoms.
During the trial, ‘1104 will be given once a week for two weeks after your first dose. An endoscopy and biopsy will be performed once before your first dose and once after the last dose.
Frequently Asked Questions
Before any medication can be approved for public use, it must go through several phases of clinical trials to make sure that it is safe and effective. Clinical trials are controlled studies evaluating investigational drugs in humans. To participate in a clinical trial, you must meet all eligibility criteria and be willing to follow the directions of the study doctor. A team of doctors, nurses and trial coordinators will be working closely with you throughout the trial to monitor any symptoms or changes and ensure you remain comfortable and informed.
Reasonable compensation for travel and inconvenience will be provided. All study drugs will be provided to you at no cost.
You may respond to the study treatment, but we cannot be certain it will be effective. The study treatment may reduce the symptoms of EoE. For example, you may experience less chest pain, find it easier to swallow, and be less likely to get food stuck in the throat or to regurgitate or vomit. There is no guarantee that you will experience any benefits from this study.
To learn more, see study locations in the map below or complete the contact form below.
See below for a map of our current trial sites. We will update the map as sites are added. If you do not see a trial location near you, please complete the form below and we will keep you updated.
If you are unable to find a location near you, be sure to check back soon as we are regularly adding study locations.