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Woburn, Massachusetts Clinical Trials

A listing of Woburn, Massachusetts clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Whole Brain Radiation Versus Stereotactic Radiation (SRS) in Patients With 5-20 Brain Metastases: A Phase III Randomized Clinical Trial

This research study is a Phase III clinical trial. Phase III clinical trials examine the safety and effectiveness of a treatment, often comparing it to another known treatment. In this case, the investigators are specifically looking at differences between two forms of radiation treatment in terms of subsequent quality of ...

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9.87 miles

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A Study to Assess the Safety Tolerability and Efficacy of ST-400 for Treatment of Transfusion-Dependent Beta-thalassemia (TDT)

Once consented, study participants will progress through the following stages: Screening: in-person visit at the study site to confirm eligibility for proceeding Collection: autologous (self) blood stem cells are harvested at the study site, also known as apheresis Manufacturing of ST-400: no study participant activities expected Infusion: conditioning chemotherapy, followed ...

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9.87 miles

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Fibromyalgia Integrative Training for Adolescents With Juvenile Fibromyalgia

Juvenile-onset fibromyalgia (JFM) is a chronic, debilitating pain condition that typically persists into adulthood for the majority of patients. Whereas medications offer limited and short-term symptom relief for JFM, our research group has demonstrated that cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is safe, effective and durable in reducing functional disability and depressive symptoms ...

Phase N/A

9.87 miles

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Trial of Carbamylation in Renal Disease-Modulation With Amino Acid Therapy

As human kidney function declines, so does the kidney's ability to excrete urea, the chief end product of nitrogen metabolism. Excess urea may accelerate the pathophysiological consequences of kidney failure. Urea spontaneously dissociates to form cyanate, which, in its unprotonated form can react with protein amino groups in a process ...

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9.99 miles

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Developmental Impact of NICU Exposures (DINE)

Background: Each year in the United States, over 300,000 preterm infants are admitted to neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) where they are exposed to a chemical-intensive hospital environment during a developmentally vulnerable period. Many life-saving and supportive respiratory, nutritional, hematologic and pharmaceutical therapies in the NICU expose preterm infants to ...

Phase N/A

10.0 miles

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