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Clinical trials are scientific studies usually testing new treatments, and are available for either healthy volunteers or individuals with specific illnesses. In the long run, your contribution gives hope for safe and effective treatments.


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Title: A non-interventional, prospective 12 months study to characterize the REAL-life effectiveness and treatment patterns of Secukinumab and current standard of care in patient with chronic plaque psoriAsis eligible for systemic treatment in the Asia Pacific and Middle East regions (REALIA) Aim: Evaluate patterns of care and real world effectiveness of secukinumab, other biologics and…

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Do you have severe asthma?

Australian researchers are testing a new oral medication for severe asthma. This is a 52 week study with 11 separate visits and 6 telephone calls. You will be treated at no cost, and most visits will include several questionnaires, standard body assessments, and spirometry (breathing) tests. All information gathered will be confidential.  Participation is completely…

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Do you have Type 2 Diabetes?

Australian researchers are testing a potential new treatment for type 2 diabetes mellitus. They are looking for volunteers to participate in this study, which includes up to 4 separate clinic visits over approximately a 1 month period. During these visits, you will have your general health, blood and glucose checked. You may be eligible to…

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Footwear for self-managing knee osteoarthritis symptoms– volunteers needed! Researchers from the Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine at The University of Melbourne are conducting a research study to compare two classes of readily available off-the-shelf shoes on knee osteoarthritis symptoms. Participants in each group will be provided with 2 different pairs of shoes to wear…

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