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Clinical Trials at UC Davis Health System

Clinical Trials at UC Davis Health System

 

Together We Can Make a Difference

This short (1min 45 sec) video highlights reasons to participate in clinical trials

Top 3 reasons to participate in clinical trials:

  • To advance medicine: 51%
  • To find a better treatment for my condition: 46%
  • To help others with my condition: 39%

See more at the Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation(CISCRP)

Other helpful nation-wide resources:

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a clinical trial?
  • Why should I enroll in a clinical trial? 
  • Is it safe to be in a clinical trial?
  • Will research help me personally?

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How to ask your physician about clinical trials?

Ask your doctor, “Is there a clinical trial that I can join?” If your doctor offers you a trial, here are some questions you may want to ask.

List of questions from the National Cancer Institute

List of questions from CISCRP

 

Clinical Trials at UC Davis

Find a UC Davis study to participate (powered by clinicaltrials.gov): 

        

 

Active Studies by Disease/Disorder

If you do not see your disease/disorder of interest, try  Clinical Trials Search (powered by clinicaltrials.gov)

Cancer Clinical Trials (lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, other)

Neuromuscular Research Center (Muscular Dystrophy, Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis)

MIND Institute (Autism, ADHD, Fragile X)

Cardiovascular Clinical Research Unit (heart failure, hyper tension, myocardial infarction)

Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (AD and dementia)

Eye Center  (glaucoma, corneal and retinal diseases)

Pulmonary Clinical Trials (asthma, COPD, pulmonary fibrosis)

Stem Cell Trials

Dermatology Clinical Trials (psoriasis, mastocytosis)

GI and Hepatology  (HCV, HBV, constipation, fatty liver, liver failure)

Osteoporosis  - call Center for Musculoskeletal Health (916) 734-4536 office, (916) 734-8538 clinic

 

 

 

Find a Support Group

1.Central Valley Pulmonary Fibrosis

2. UC Davis Cancer Center 

3. UC Davis MIND Institute  (developmental disabilities)

4. Other support groups can be found on this website


Volunteer Registry

The UC Davis Volunteer Registry is  designed to match potential volunteers with UC Davis clinical research studies.  Make the first step toward participating in clinical research at the UC Davis Health System.

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