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Late-Stage Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Find out if a Study of TL-925 as an Investigational Treatment for Moderate to Severe Dry Eye Disease could be an option for you.


We are conducting a clinical research study on an investigational, new treatment for Moderate to Severe Dry Eye Disease (DED). Those who qualify and choose to participate are compensated for their study-related time and travel.

Interested in participating?

About the Study:

To qualify to participate, patients must:

Be aged 18 years or older

Have a diagnosed history of dry eye disease for at least 6 months

Have used or desired to use eye drops for dry symptoms in the last 6 months

Not have worn contacts in the last 7 days

Not have had any eye surgery in the last 3 months (LASIK – 12 months)

Participation will last up to 6 weeks, require 4 in-person visits to the study site, and will provide compensation for study-related time and travel per visit. Fill out the form below to be contacted by a Patient Experience Specialist if you qualify.

Current Study Locations:

We are currently conducting this study nationwide with new locations coming soon. Take a look at our current locations below to find out if we have a study location near you.

• Asheville, NC
• Eatontown, NJ
• Houston, TX
• Loma Linda, CA
• Lawrence, MA
• Madison, WI
• Pasadena, CA
• Sarasota, FL
• Whippany, NJ

If transportation is needed, in many situations it can be provided both to and from the study facility at no cost to you.


What to Expect from
Your Research Journey

• You will have access to clinical study experts who can answer any questions you have throughout the journey.

• Your ocular and systemic health will be closely monitored over the course of the study.

• Our team has a strong background in Dry Eye Disease (DED) and clinical trials.

To learn more about Dry Eye Disease (DED) visit our educational page.

General study information

A few questions to see if this study is right for you

Key requirements

Key Inclusion Criteria

Key Exclusion Criteria

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