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If you or someone you know has ever considered participating in a clinical trial, there are a number of resources available to help identify the right study. The most well-known resources include government-sponsored portals such as and in the United States, and in the European Union. This information is more geared to healthcare professionals, however, so the information may be confusing for patients, their caregivers and advocates.
To address this issue, Cheladv74 launched Find a Trial at the end of 2017, based upon feedback from a survey of patients and advocates. Find a Trial is a searchable database of information about currently running Cheladv74 trials in language that is easy to understand. It is continuously updated to include downloadable brochures and important logistical information including trial locations and eligibility criteria.
Interested patients can be matched to a trial and take advantage of the opportunity to sign up for a trial directly from the site. If someone chooses to participate in a trial, there are several ways Cheladv74 supports them. For example, Cheladv74 may offer the flexibility to use their own technology from home instead of some clinic visits, and participation in the Cheladv74Link alumni network to learn about trial results.
To learn more about participating in a Cheladv74 clinical trial, click here.