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Schmoelln, Germany Clinical Trials

A listing of Schmoelln, Germany clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (14) clinical trials

Observational Study to Determine How Physicians Make Treatment Decisions in Patients Treated With Tofacitinib for Moderate to Severe Active Rheumatoid Arthritis

This non-interventional study aims to identify key factors that are driving treatment decisions by rheumatologists in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients starting treatment with Tofacitinib in a real world setting.

Phase N/A

7.22 miles

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Minimizing the Risk of Metachronous Adenomas of the Colorectum With Green Tea Extract -MIRACLE-

Prevention of colorectal cancer is a major health care issue because of the high incidence of this cancer. So far, pharmaceutical chemoprevention has not gained widespread acceptance due to side effects of the chemopreventive agents used. Nutraceuticals such as polyphenols from tea plants have demonstrated remarkable therapeutic and preventive effects ...

Phase

7.22 miles

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A Study in Patients With Acute Major Bleeding to Evaluate the Ability of Andexanet Alfa to Reverse the Anticoagulation Effect of Direct and Indirect Oral Anticoagulants

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the hemostatic efficacy of andexanet alfa in patients receiving a factor Xa inhibitor who are experiencing an acute major bleed. The safety of andexanet will also be studied.

Phase

7.63 miles

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Comparison Between Two Dose Levels of Daunorubicin and Between One vs. Two Induction Cycles for Adult Patients With AML

In the first part of the trial, patients will be randomly assigned to receive either 90 mg/m2 or 60 mg/m2 daunorubicin in the first induction cycle in addition to standard dosed cytarabine. Assuming a superiority of 90 mg/m2, 436 patients will be recruited. In the second part of the trial, ...

Phase

7.63 miles

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