Can Peg Pal (BMN 165) help Adults With PKU ?

Last Updated: Tuesday, August 02, 2016

Principal Investigator: John Phillips III, M.D.

Description

"Peg Pal" (BMN 165) is a drug that has been shown to help in reducing blood Phe concentrations in patients with PKU.

We want to know more about:

  • its safety,
  • how much is the right amount to to give people, and
  • whether adults with PKU can learn to safely take this medication themselves.

For more information about this study, visit the clinicaltrials.gov website.

Participant Criteria

Adults over 16 to 70 with PKU

Compensation

$50 per week and reimbursement for travel

Visit Requirements

varies between 8 and 16 visits

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Contact Information

Natalie Owen
615-322-7602
natalie.n.owen@vanderbilt.edu

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