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Find a clinical trial

If you would like to be involved in a clinical trial or if you have been asked whether you would like to take part in a trial, the best way to find out about what is involved is by talking to your doctor. There are many clinical trial websites that list the clinical trials currently running in your country. These websites usually let you search by condition or disease area, making finding a trial suitable for you a little easier.

Charity websites, research charities, patient advocacy groups or forums may also be able to point you in the right direction or have a database of suitable clinical trials for your specific condition. In addition, private companies such as pharmaceutical or biotechnology companies may list the clinical trials they are currently running or are recruiting for on their company websites.

Remember, that there is no guarantee that you will be allowed to join a trial as it depends whether you meet their specific criteria.

Please find a list below of websites that may be able to help you find a clinical trial that is suitable for you.


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There is a lot of information about clinical trials available on the internet, however some of this may not be appropriate for you. Please always refer back to your doctor if you are unsure of anything you read or hear before you make any treatment decisions

For more details on the information provided on this website, you may find some of the links listed below useful.