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Clinical Trial News

Could statins help speed up wound healing after cardiac surgery?

Researchers believe they have found evidence suggesting that the cholesterol-lowering medication could also be used to improve postoperative wound healing after cardiac surgery.

Cardioxyl Pharmaceuticals successfully completes first clinical trial for heart failure drug CXL-1427

Cardioxyl Pharmaceuticals, Inc. have announced the positive results of a clinical trial demonstrating that CXL-1427, a novel potential treatment for acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF), was...

Merck Serono initiates phase II study of anti-PD-L1 antibody MSB0010718C in metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma

Merck Serono, the biopharmaceutical division of Merck, today announced the initiation of an international Phase II study designed to assess the efficacy and safety of MSB0010718C, an...

Improve peer review by making the reviewers better suited to task

A 'kitemark' that identifies randomized-controlled trials reviewed by specially trained peer reviewers would improve public trust in the robustness of clinical trials, according to an opinion piece...

Paving the way for drug and vaccine development with first controlled malaria infection trial in Africa

The innovative PfSPZ Challenge is key to success for speedier testing of new malaria vaccine and drugsAn international research team reports the first-ever clinical trial demonstrating...

Mainstay Medical expands clinical trial of ReActiv8® for people with chronic low back pain to the United Kingdom

Mainstay Medical International plc announces that it has received authorization from the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and the Central Ethics Committee to expand the...

Spectral Edge plans enhanced video trial with Colour Blind Awareness

Spectral Edge has announced that it is working together with Colour Blind Awareness, an organisation that raises the awareness of the needs of the colour blind, to trial its new image-enhancement...

Studies reveal success of new oral drug regimens for hepatitis C

Two new studies published in The Lancet reveal new, simpler oral drug regimens that could increase treatment uptake for hepatitis C, as well as improve their success.



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