As a study participant, you will have approximately 21 visits over 14 months, including 2 months of screening visits and 12 months of post-surgical visits. During these visits, the study doctor and study staff will conduct a number of tests and assessments, many of which are typical for care of Parkinson’s disease patients. The purpose of these tests and assessments is to:

Determine if you are eligible to participate
Monitor your health and well-being throughout the study
Assess the safety of the experimental gene therapy
Gather data that may help researchers better understand the gene therapy

Study-Related Care, Reimbursement, and Travel Assistance

All study-related care, including the surgical procedure, clinic visits, tests and assessments, and study treatment may be provided at no cost. Reimbursement for study-related activities (meals, transportation, parking, etc.) may also be provided.
In addition, the RESTORE-1 Clinical Study may also offer travel assistance which includes transportation to study visits for you and a care partner. To learn more about these services, please speak with a member of the study staff.

Participating in the RESTORE-1 Clinical Study is completely voluntary. Before you decide whether or not you want to participate, a study doctor will review the potential risks and benefits of study involvement in detail and answer any questions that you may have.

Talk with your doctor about your treatment options for your Parkinson’s disease and if you have any questions regarding this study.