Are you interested in clinical trials?

 Trials using treatments to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s

It’s a very exciting time for Parkinson’s research. With an emphasis on genetics, recognising PD types and matching individuals to specific trials, latest therapies are going beyond addressing the symptoms… Finally we’ve made that leap towards stopping (and even reversing) disease progression. All advocates have a valuable role to play but these PwPs are at the coalface. To read more about clinical trials of drugs that might slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s, click here or see CPT site below. For our information on how to run a successful clinical trial click hereTo register your interest in clinical trials with Parkinson’s Movement, please fill out our form (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/trialsrecruit) and we will contact you when trials come up for which you would be suitable.

 

The Cure Parkinson's Trust


The Cure Parkinson’s Trust manage and facilitate an innovative research programme called Linked Clinical Trials with the sole aim of bringing forward treatments that biochemically show the potential to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s. Each year around 25 compounds are evaluated and prioritised by some of the world’s leading Parkinson’s experts to decide which drugs should be brought forward into trial. The first being brought forward into trial are Deferiprone and  Simvastatin. You can find factsheets about the  Deferiprone trial and the Simvastatin trial on The Cure Parkinson’s Trust website.

PD Trial Tracker


The goal of PDTrialTracker.info is to provide members of the PD community with analysis of ongoing PD clinical trials and observational studies globally, so that they can understand the types of trials underway and where they are in the pipeline, completed trial information, improve the trial process; recruitment etc, highlight the most promising avenues of research (e.g., particular disease modifying therapies, symptomatic treatments) and facilitate greater collaboration between Parkinson’s patients, families, researchers, and physicians to accelerate progress towards a cure.

Fox Trial Finder


If you are interested in taking part in other trials you can register with Fox Trial Finder. Fox Trial Finder was created by the Michael J. Fox Foundation to help increase the numbers of people taking part in trials to accelerate the Parkinson’s drug development process. This includes both people living with Parkinson’s and ‘control’ participants who do not have Parkinson’s. There is also more general information about trials.

P.R.A.G Therapies in Development

Fantastic list of trials organised by Kevin McFarthing: http://prag.site/education/therapies-in-development/

The Cure Parkinson's Trust


The Cure Parkinson’s Trust manage and facilitate an innovative research programme called Linked Clinical Trials with the sole aim of bringing forward treatments that biochemically show the potential to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s. Each year around 25 compounds are evaluated and prioritised by some of the world’s leading Parkinson’s experts to decide which drugs should be brought forward into trial. The first being brought forward into trial are Deferiprone and Simvastatin.You can find factsheets about the Deferiprone trial and the Simvastatin trial on The Cure Parkinson’s Trust website.

PD Trial Tracker


The goal of PDTrialTracker.info is to provide members of the PD community with analysis of ongoing PD clinical trials and observational studies globally, so that they can understand the types of trials underway and where they are in the pipeline, completed trial information, improve the trial process; recruitment etc, highlight the most promising avenues of research (e.g., particular disease modifying therapies, symptomatic treatments) and facilitate greater collaboration between Parkinson’s patients, families, researchers, and physicians to accelerate progress towards a cure.

Fox Trial Finder


If you are interested in taking part in other trials you can register with Fox Trial Finder. Fox Trial Finder was created by the Michael J. Fox Foundation to help increase the numbers of people taking part in trials to accelerate the Parkinson’s drug development process. This includes both people living with Parkinson’s and ‘control’ participants who do not have Parkinson’s. There is also more general information about trials.

Coming soon: more PM information and links to currently recruiting clinical trials internationally

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