Clinical trials for Myositis and other rare diseases is an essential step to finding safe and effective treatments. There are currently no approved treatments for myositis specifically.
Rare disease patients are hard to find for clinical trials and we are partnering with several pharmaceutical companies to help with the recruitment process.
A multitude of trials are continually underway worldwide, and there are several ways to find how you can participate.
MSU has partnered with Antidote Technologies for clinical trial matching. All trials available on clinicaltrials.gov are also included in the matching technology which makes the details easier to find, easier to read and understand, and provides details on how to participate.
Start your clinical trial match today by clicking the Start button below.
Some other clinical trial resources:
- The largest registry of federally- and privately- supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and more than 100 countries is www.clinicaltrials.gov. (These are all included in the matching technology)
- Large medical centers, especially teaching hospitals often conduct clinical trials. The center’s website may have a section about the trials underway.
This post was updated May 13, 2018.
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