The University of Auckland commences Clinical Trials

We’ve commenced Registered Clinical Trials of a short form of our Stage 1 Depression Treatment. The new process is designed for use by GP’s and has been developed in conjunction with the University of Auckland. Prior to the trials commencing one GP ran the process a dozen times with patients assessed as having at least moderate depression. Patients had been depressed for various periods of time up to 3 years. Two weeks later they were measured as having no depression and fully remitted in all cases. The Clinical Trial is to verify the effectiveness of this GP Stage 1 Depression Treatment. Our expectation is that the process works with a high success rate.

Together with the University of Auckland we’ve designed the process and protocol for the Clinical Trial.  We’ll advise how this proceeds.

The Trials are being run at various Medical Practices in Wellington, Auckland and Northland as well as the University of Auckland Tamaki Campus.

If you know someone that may be interested in being a part of this Clinical Trial of a drug free depression treatment phone us to check that you meet the requirements and if so we’ll refer you through.

Des Shinnick, at the Centre for Advanced MRI, Auckland.

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