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Tainan 704, Taiwan Clinical Trials

A listing of Tainan 704, Taiwan clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (4) clinical trials

A Taiwan Isoflavone Multicenter Study (TIMS)

Consumption of soy-based foods is associated with a number of health benefits, including lower risk of cardiovascular disease, breast and prostate cancer, attenuated menopausal symptoms and prevention of bone loss with age. In order to investigate the effect of isoflavone on bone mineral density (BMD) and in Taiwan women with ...

Phase N/A

1.2 miles

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Probiotics Capsule as Supplemental Therapy for Group B Streptococci Infection and Vaginitis During Pregnancy

Deeply influenced of bacterial vaginosis infection during pregnancy for pregnant women and fetus during childbirth, in which Group B Streptococcus agalactiae(GBS) is generally about 30% of pregnant women will be infected, about 1% vertical and infect the fetus, babies are not infected about 50% of the mortality rate in the ...

Phase

1.35 miles

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Mucopolysaccharidosis I (MPS I) Registry

The MPS I Registry is an international program; in addition to the central contact information provided under the "Location" heading, patients may contact: In Asia-Pacific - Vivian Liu, +65-6431-2548, Vivian.liu@genzyme.com In Europe - +31-35-699-1232, europe@mpsiregistry.com In Latin America - +617-591-5500, help@mpsiregistry.com In North America - +617-591-5500, help@mpsiregistry.com

Phase N/A

1.35 miles

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Fabry Disease Registry

The Fabry Registry is an international program; in addition to the central contact information provided under the "Location" heading, patients may contact: In Asia-Pacific - Vivian Liu, +65-6431-2548, Vivian.liu@genzyme.com In Europe - +31-35-699-1232, europe@FabryRegistry.com In Latin America - +617-591-5500, help@FabryRegistry.com In North America - +617-591-5500, help@FabryRegistry.com

Phase N/A

1.35 miles

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