Depressed so long it feels normal?
A research study may be an option.
NOW ENROLLING: The Landscape Depression Studies are evaluating an investigational oral medication to see if it reduces symptoms of depression in women and men with moderate-to-severe depression.
It may be difficult to remember a life where you didn’t feel depressed—you’re struggling and feel lost. You may even have trouble sleeping at night. Most of all, you’re probably frustrated that nothing seems to help. You’re not alone, and it’s not your fault. About 16.2 million adults a year will experience a major depressive episode1, and 16.6% of adults in the United States have had at least one episode in their lifetime.2
1https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/major-depression.shtml. Accessed March 19, 2019.
2Kessler RC, Wang PS. The Descriptive Epidemiology of Commonly Occurring Mental Disorders in the United States. Annu Rev Public Health. 2008;29(1):115-129. doi:10.1146/annurev.publhealth.29.020907.090847. Accessed March 19, 2019
Depression is not your fault
Depression, also known as major depressive disorder (MDD), affects how you think, feel, and carry out your daily activities.3
About the Studies
The Landscape Depression Studies are evaluating an investigational oral medication to see if it reduces symptoms of depression in women and men with moderate-to-severe depression.
The investigational oral medication is thought to target the brain in a new way. It’s being studied to understand its effects on depressive symptoms and symptoms of insomnia.
How to Qualify
You may be eligible if you:*
- Are 18-75 years old
- Currently experience moderate-to-severe depression
*The study doctor will discuss additional requirements.
Final eligibility is determined during a screening visit at the study site. During this visit, you will:
- Meet with the study doctor and staff
- Review additional information
- Have an initial evaluation and undergo tests
- Complete study questionnaires
If you qualify and decide to participate:
- A study doctor will closely monitor you, your symptoms, and overall health
- All study-related medical care and study medication will be provided at no cost
- Transportation may be provided if you need assistance
- If you are currently taking antidepressants you may be able to stay on your current depression medication during the study
The information you provide will be kept confidential.?
If you pre-qualify and give your permission, your answers will be submitted to the study team, who will contact you to discuss your possible participation.