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The CAHmelia clinical trials are exploring a new investigational treatment for classic CAH. CAHmelia 203 and CAHmelia 204 are clinical trials to test tildacerfont in adults with classic CAH, which may offer you and your loved ones hope of a brighter future – one where you may not have to choose between symptom management and long-term health. Tildacerfont is a new type of oral, once-daily investigational treatment – one that is not a steroid – that is currently being tested in adults with classic CAH. By reducing the amount of androgens your body makes, tildacerfont may improve your classic CAH symptoms. This investigational treatment will not replace your steroid treatment but may allow you to manage your disease with lower amounts of steroids at normal or near-normal doses. Who can take part in this trial? You may be able to take part if you: Are at least 18 years of age Have a confirmed diagnosis of classic CAH due to 21-OH deficiency Have been on the same daily dose of steroids (GCs and/or mineralocorticoids) for at least 1 month before starting the trial Both trials are now open for enrollment. Tildacerfont is an investigational treatment not authorized for use in people outside the clinical trial. For more information, go to: clarahealth.com/studies/cahmelia