We are pleased to announce several ongoing post-FDA-approved clinical trials for BPH at Golden State Urology. As a center of excellence, Golden State Urology provides leading-edge clinical trials for patients with BPH symptoms who meet the clinical trial requirements. Several clinical trials are currently open for ongoing enrollment.
Step 1 : Do you meet the age requirements? If you are male and between 45 – 75 years old you meet the age requirement. No health insurance is required.
Step 2 : Do you have BPH symptoms? Take the following self-assessment and analysis test to see if your symptoms meet the basic pre-qualification criteria. It takes about 30 seconds to complete.
AUA Symptom Score
What is your AUA symptom score? If you scored 5 or above and are interested in learning more about the clinical trials please contact us.
Step 3 : Contact us: If your AUA score was 5 or above and you are interested in learning more about the clinical trials please contact one of our clinical trial co-ordinators at
(916) 245-8888 Ext. 101 | firstname.lastname@example.org or submit the form below with your contact details and a clinical trial coordinator will contact you.
Step 4 : The clinical trial assessment and application process begins when you contact us. As soon as you reach out to one of our clinical trial staff members, you can discuss any questions you have. These might include the study protocol, duration of the trial, potential side effects, benefits, and whether a placebo will be used. Our team will then guide you through the application and evaluation process. This will determine if you are a good fit for one of our ongoing clinical trials. All appointments with doctors and pre-qualification lab tests that may be needed for participation in a clinical trial are fully paid for.
See below for the most frequently asked questions by patients who enroll in clinical trials at Golden State Urology. If you have any questions that are not addressed below
you can call to discuss these or do so when you go over your clinical trial application and assessment with the administrative and medical staff. They will go into more detail with you about the process and what you can expect each step of the way.