(02) 4963 2323

Type 1 & Kidney Disease (NOX)

Are you at risk of developing Diabetic Kidney Disease? (NOX)

We are testing a study drug for its efficacy in treating diabetic kidney disease, with a specific focus on albuminuria. Albuminuria is characterised as having too much albumin – a protein found in blood – in the urine and can be a sign of kidney disease.

Type 1 & Kidney Disease (NOX)

Are you at risk of developing Diabetic Kidney Disease? (NOX)

We are testing a study drug for its efficacy in treating diabetic kidney disease, with a specific focus on albuminuria. Albuminuria is characterised as having too much albumin – a protein found in blood – in the urine and can be a sign of kidney disease.

In order to complete this study, we need volunteers from the public who meet a particular criteria. You may be eligible for this study if you are:

  • Aged 18-70
  • Have Type 1 Diabetes
  • Have been diagnosed with albuminuria (albumin in the urine)

You will be medically supervised and there will be no costs involved. For more information, with no obligation, please call:

Maureen – Clinical Research Coordinator (02) 4963 2323 (take option 1).
Please do leave a message with your name and contact details so we can return your call.

This study has Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) approval.

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