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Gall Bladder Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Gall Bladder Disorders medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (24) clinical trials

To evaluate whether selonsertib (SEL, previously known as GS-4997) can cause fibrosis regression and reduce associated complications in subjects with cirrhosis due to NASH.

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Qualified Participants: Will receive study medication or placebo, study-related testing, physical exams, and lab work at no charge.

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To study the investigational drug, obeticholic acid (also known as OCA), and its effect on NASH and to find out how safe and effective OCA may be in delaying specific medical conditions or health related issues that can occur in patients with NASH and evidence of liver fibrosis. Patients will ...

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This is a 5-year, longitudinal, observational study of patients with PBC designed to specifically address important clinical questions that remain incompletely answered from registration trials. In addition to the study database, a bio specimen repository will also be included so that translational studies of genomics and biomarkers of response may ...

Phase N/A

Adjuvant Chemotherapy With Gemcitabine and Cisplatin Compared to Standard of Care After Curative Intent Resection of Biliary Tract Cancer

The ACTICCA-1 investigator initiated trial is funded by the Deutsche Krebshilfe (grant number 70110215, 70112047) and supported by medac. With respect to data obtained in the ABC-02 trial, the combination of cisplatin and gemcitabine for 24 weeks as investigational treatment was selected. Based on adjuvant trials in pancreatic cancer (e.g. ...

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