More About Clinical Trials
The investigational therapies explored in clinical trials are key to improved therapies among the whole CTX community. ClinicalTrials.gov is a database of privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world. This comprehensive database is managed by the US National Library of Medicine.
To find a study related to CTX, use the search box on clinicaltrials.gov and search on CTX or any other related term (i.e., cerebrotendinous, xanthomatosis, chenodeoxycholic, diarrhea, pediatric cataracts, CDCA). You can view studies that are not yet recruiting, recruiting, enrolling by invitation, active (not recruiting), suspended, terminated, completed, or withdrawn. Many other details are available for each individual trial.
Additional information sources about clinical trials can be found by contacting the Patient Recruitment Office at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland at 800.411.1222 or 866.441.1010 (TTY) or by email. You many also access the EU Clinical Trials Register for information on trials conducted in Europe.