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Liuying Township, Taiwan Clinical Trials

A listing of Liuying Township, Taiwan clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

Found (3885) clinical trials

People who were previously diagnosed with an anaplastic astrocytoma (WHO grade III astrocytoma) and now have evidence that their tumor has returned or has tarted to grow again without concern that it has progressed to a glioblastoma (WHO grade IV astrocytoma) may be eligible to participate.  This study is comparing …

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People who were previously diagnosed with glioblastoma (Grade IV) or Grade III glioma, and now have evidence that their tumor has come back or has started to grow again, and who would otherwise be getting surgery or a biopsy as part of their treatment may be eligible.  At the time …

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Study duration is over a year. Compensation: Up to $1,650  

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DURATION: Subjects who meet the inclusion and exclusion criteria will be enrolled into the study for up to 96 weeks. Enrolled subjects will receive BCX7353 150 mg administered orally once daily (QD). A total of 8 visits will occur over the course of the subject’s participation in this study. Study …

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This is a research study of SP-102, an experimental medication designed to relieve pain in patients with a specific type of leg pain. The mediation is given once by your healthcare professional, with a possibility of a second injection as early as about 1 month after the first treatment. The …

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Summit Research Network is enrolling volunteers in a new clinical trial for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in adults. This trial will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of a combination of two medications in the treatment of PTSD. Study participation will last from 16-18 weeks and includes approximately 11 visits to …

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This study will evaluate the safety and tolerability of Tozedenant as adjunctive therapy in Levodopa treated patients.

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The purpose of this study is to determine whether the gastric retentive Accordion Pill™ Carbidopa/Levodopa (AP-CD/LD) is more effective than the commercially available immediate release Carbidopa/Levodopa in reducing motor fluctuations such as "off time" in advanced Parkinson's Disease patients.

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