Clinical Trials

What you need to know

Learn how clinical trials are paving the next generation of psoriatic disease treatments and how you can participate in a trial. 

 
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Clinical trials play an important role in informing researchers and health care providers about how a new treatment may improve the health of those living with psoriatic disease. Along with providing support for research, participating in a clinical trial also offers you access to new treatments and extra time with health care providers.

Find a Clinical Trial

Find out if there is trial in your area or trials that are accepting participants remotely.

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Receive Notifications on Upcoming Trials

Join NPF MyStudies email list to get the latest news about clinical trials in your area.

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Search for Trials

ClinicalTrials.gov is an excellent resource for learning more about clinical trials that may be recruiting participants. They have a search function on their homepage that can help you find trials related to psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. 

Go to ClinicalTrials.gov

Find the Information You Need

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FAQs

Get answers to common questions about clinical trials.

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Clinical Trials 101

Learn more about the drug development process, the possible benefits and drawbacks to participating in a trial and what happens afterwards.

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Progress and Success Through Collaboration

What happens when leading organizations and researchers come together to solve current challenges in research? Faster progress and greater success.

Learn more about how partnerships and clinical trials lead to success in research

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