Clinical Trials Search, powered by Antidote
What are Clinical Trials?
- Clinical trials are scientific studies that test the safety and effectiveness of new treatments for MS and other diseases.
- They often use human subjects.
- They are often conducted by universities, MS clinics, and neurologists.
- All clinical studies must follow an FDA-approved protocol so that all treatment is provided and all data is collected uniformly.
Why are Clinical Trials important?
- The results yielded from clinical trials are vital to the development of safer, more effective treatments for MS.
- No drug can be approved by the FDA without clinical trial proof of their safety and effectiveness.
- The major advances made in the treatment of MS in the last 15-20 years have only been made because of the data provided through clinical trials.
Start your Clinical Trials search:
- Find clinical trials by using our new search tool below, powered by trusted partner Antidote.
- Enter “ms” or “multiple sclerosis” then specific demographic data (such as city / distance / age).
- Click “Next” to find appropriate clinical trials via Antidote.
Please note: By selecting “Next” below, you will be leaving MSAA’s website and accessing your search results on Antidote’s website.
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