Auckland, New Zealand (PRWEB) May 11, 2011
‘New Peyronie’s Research’, a TPRGlobal research news media service which gives men access to the latest Peyronie’s disease news, research and clinical trial information, has published an article outlining the often confusing options for treatment of the disease.
The website currently lists Peyronie’s disease clinical trials in New Zealand – including research sites in Christchurch, Newtown (Wellington South), Takapuna (Auckland), Tauranga and Whau Valley (Whangarei).
‘New Peyronie’s Research’ frequently stresses the importance of informed dialogue and early and accurate diagnosis. It aims to give men and their partners access to the most up to date research, so they are more informed when speaking to a medical practitioner about managing the disease.
The website offers a “Clinical Trial: Fast Locator” for men interested in participating in treatment discovery in New Zealand.
The new article, ‘Overview of current Peyronie’s disease treatment options’ is based on research and information sourced from ‘Expert Opin Pharmacother’. It outlines the condition and lists the treatment options including oral therapies, intralesional injection varieties and surgical alternatives.
Men interested in finding out more about current Peyronie’s disease clinical trials in New Zealand should visit the ‘New Peyronie’s Research’ Clinical Trials Directory.
The directory offers 24-hour call centre numbers for potential participants to register their interest. There are also email forms to contact the research sites directly.
‘New Peyronie’s Research’ also recently published ‘Sex and Peyronie’s disease management’ based on a recent British Study that explored the connection between Peyronie’s disease management and sex.
The ‘New Peyronie’s Research’ website is regularly updated with new research based content, and offers men direct access to research centres across New Zealand conducting Peyronie’s disease clinical trials.
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TPRGlobal is a health news platform that uses geo-targeting and specialised content to connect qualified patients to the right clinical trials. The TPRGlobal heath news platforms deliver therapeutic area content to educate and inform people searching for health solutions. Our mission is to close the patient recruitment gap for patients and clinical studies.