Struggling to manage your Crohn's Disease?

You may be eligible for a clinical trial.

Struggling to manage your Crohn's Disease? You may be eligible for a clinical trial.

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Crohn's Disease Clinical Trial
NCT03104413 | Phase 3 | Interventional
AbbVie
Sponsored by
AbbVie

Struggling to manage your Crohn's Disease?

You may be eligible for a clinical trial.

Struggling to manage your Crohn's Disease? You may be eligible for a clinical trial.

Recruiting

Male & Female

16 - 80

Years old

This study is looking to recruit 579 Participants
Study related documents

Crohn’s disease (CD) is an inflammatory disease that can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract and causes symptoms of fatigue, prolonged diarrhea with or without bleeding, abdominal pain, weight loss, and fever. Crohn’s Disease can affect people of any age and is generally diagnosed in the twenties and thirties. Crohn's Disease symptoms can have a large impact on an individuals lifestyle and while there is no known cure medication can help manage those symptoms. This clinical trial is evaluating a new treatment option for individuals with Crohn's disease that could help better manage the symptoms of CD.

What's involved?

The Crohn’s Disease trial is an initial twelve week study with an option to enroll in a fifty-two week extension. Participants will receive colonoscopies, care, frequent comprehensive lab work and ECG at no cost for the entire fifty-two weeks of participation.

Available locations
Nola Research Works

Nola Research Works

Recruiting New Orleans, LA, USA 70115

Aarhus University Hospital ID 155534

Aarhus University Hospital ID 155534

Recruiting Aarhus N, Midtjylland, DNK 8200

Hospital Garcia de Orta E P E ID 160688

Hospital Garcia de Orta E P E ID 160688

Recruiting Avenida Torrado da Silva, Almada, Setubal, PRT 2805-267

Academisch Medisch Centrum ID 157953

Academisch Medisch Centrum ID 157953

Recruiting 9 Meibergdreef, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD 1105 AZ

TX Clinical Research Institute ID 159396

TX Clinical Research Institute ID 159396

Recruiting 1009 Magnolia Street, Arlington, TX, USA 76012

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AbbVie
Sponsored by AbbVie

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