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Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is conducting a family-based research study (sometimes referred to as a clinical trial or clinical study), to look at treatment adherence (follow-through with treatment recommendations like taking medications), and how stress might affect adherence and ...More
This is a 7 to 8 week research study to compare the effectiveness of Depakote or Risperdal with placebo (pretend medicine) in children with bipolar disorder. ...More
We want to improve our understanding of adolescents affected by depression. Participants will not receive any kind of treatment for depression in this research study, but we will investigate how depression affects the brain. ...More
Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research
study, otherwise known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to look at depression
in children and teens. Eligible subjects
would receive an investigational medication, fluoxetine or placebo (inactive
Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to learn more about the safety of an investigational drug with children and teens that tend to get upset and agitated.Investigational means that the drug is being tested and is not approved ...More
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