Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are the last phase, in a long list of phases, of research done before a new drug or treatment is approved for the market. These trials can vary in size from a single center in one place to multicenter trials in multiple places. Generally, people must meet certain criteria to participate in these trials. These patients benefit from receiving otherwise unavailable treatments. The Immune Tolerance Network has a great checklist to help you decide if clinical trial participation is right for you. 

Below, we have listed a number of different sites that can help you find the trials you are interested in and qualify for.

  • Corengi, who provided the helpful widget to the right, finds Type 2 Diabetes clinical trials that match your medical profile. Simply answer the questions and they'll find the best trials suited to your situation. Vising their site allows you to input even more information to help narrow down the trials or create an account to save the list of trials you found. Type 2 specific trials only.
  • The JDRF Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Trials Connection is here to help people with type 1 diabetes better understand what is involved in participating in a clinical trial, and to simplify the process of finding trials that may be of interest to them or to their family members.
  • The AMCR Institute conducts leading-edge clinical trials for many leading pharmaceutical and medical device companies. They bring novel and most advanced technologies and treatments to the greater San Diego and Inland Empire areas. Visit their site for more info.
  • Mayo's clinical trials include experimental treatments, often unavailable elsewhere, which frequently lead to improved patient care for people worldwide.
  • Children With Diabetes list a number of clinical trials looking for participants.
  • NIDDK list Type 1 diabetes trials.
  • Center Watch is a terrific source for information on Diabetes Clinical Trials, as well as new drugs. If you have any complication and are interested in the latest treatments, start here.
  • The National Institues of Health has a search engine to find the clinical trials that interest you
  • The Whittier Institute at Scripps Clinic conducts clinical trials on an ongoing basis for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Trials are conducted in La Jolla and Chula Vista clinic sites by a clinical research team of experienced physicians, nurses, and others, many of whom are bilingual in English and Spanish.
  • Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet is an international network of researchers who are exploring ways to prevent, delay and reverse the progression of type 1 diabetes.

Updated date: Mon, 11/03/2014 - 16:43

  • Updated date: Mon, 11/03/2014 - 16:43