Hot Flashes

Hot Flashes Trial

Woman suffers from heat while working in the office and tries to cool off by the fan

Suffering from Hot Flashes?

Hot flashes are overwhelming!

Hot flashes often occur during menopause; they can leave you feeling unbearably warm and sweaty. Common symptoms associated with hot flashes include a sudden feeling of warmth that spreads throughout your face, chest, and neck leaving a flushed appearance, rapid heartbeat, and preparation.

Researchers at CRP are seeking women who are experiencing hot flash symptoms to participate in upcoming research studies.

Learn more about a Research Study for a non-hormonal, oral, investigational medication. 

The Research Study is evaluating an investigational, hormone-free medication to see if it may safely and effectively reduce hot flashes associated with menopause.

Participants who qualify may receive:

–   Study Related Exams, Imaging & Lab Work at No Cost

–   Compensation for time and travel may be available.