Clinical Trials Guide by post and download
Get our printed Clinical Trials Pack
There is no medical treatment for PSC but research to find effective treatments for the disease and symptoms is underway. Every patient with PSC should have the opportunity to take part in a clinical trial if they are suitable. Our clinical trials pack will give you general information about clinical trials for PSC, answer common questions and will help make informed decisions about taking part in one of the trials.
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If you would like to add a voluntary donation to PSC Support to help us continue our work to improve the lives of people affected by PSC, you can! Simply ‘name your price’ for this item and we will treat it as a donation to PSC Support.
Many thanks to ChemomAb Therapeutics and Mirum Pharmaceuticals for supporting the costs of printing and shipping the Clinical Trials Guide.
Included in the pack:
Clinical Trials Guide
A complete 24-page guide to clinical trials for people living with PSC. We answer these questions and more:
- Am I eligible (suitable) to take part in a clinical trial?
- Will my doctor contact me about clinical trials?
- My hospital is not running the clinical trial I want to take part in. What should I do?
- Why do I need to sign a consent form?
- What questions should I ask?
- What is a study visit?
- Can I choose the days I attend?
The Clinical Trials Guide was written by PSC patients and reviewed by ChemomAb Therapeutics, Mirum Pharmaceuticals, UK-PSC (Professor Douglas Thorburn: UK-PSC Chair and Dr Palak Trivedi: UK-PSC Chief Investigator), Loren Smith (Research/Clinical Autoimmune Liver Disease Specialist Nurse) and our patient panel. We are very grateful for their input.
We will also send you a link so you can download the guide straight away. If you do not which to receive a copy by post, please order our Clinical Trials download instead.
Acknowledgements: Many thanks to Noelie Srivastava who created the graphics for this Clinical Trials Guide. Many thanks to ChemomAb Therapeutics and Mirum Pharmaceuticals for supporting the costs of printing and shipping the Clinical Trials Guide.
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'Finding Treatments for PSC' Your Guide to Clinical Trials