Clinical trials are research studies that investigate new or experimental treatments in patients living with a specific disease such as cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL). These studies are important because they contribute to the overall knowledge and progress of the understanding of CTCL as well as playing an instrumental role in the development and FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval of new therapies. People who are willing to participate in clinical trials can benefit personally while helping all CTCL patients and potentially furthering important cutaneous lymphoma research.
Please use the navigation bar to the left to access clinical trial resources and to select the country that wish to conduct a clinical trial search in. Also, be sure to keep in mind that many sponsors of clinical trials cover transportation and other costs for patient participation so we encourage you to consider trials that may not be close to you.
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