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                   19 records for 19 trials found!
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Recruitment statusProspective RegistrationMain ID Public TitleDate of RegistrationResults available
RecruitingYesNCT03352206
Prevalence Studies After Triple Drug Therapy for Lymphatic Filariasis
20/11/2017 
RecruitingNoCTRI/2017/09/009894
Heat therapy(agnikarma) in Tennis Elbow
22-09-2017 
RecruitingYesNCT03177993
Fiji Integrated Therapy (FIT) - Triple Therapy for Lymphatic Filariasis, Scabies and Soil Transmitted Helminths in Fiji
31/05/2017 
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617000738325
Fiji Integrated Therapy (FIT) - Triple therapy for lymphatic filariasis, scabies and soil transmitted helminths in Fiji
22/05/2017 
Not recruitingYesACTRN12614001206617
A community-based lifestyle intervention program addressing non-communicable disease in islands of the South Pacific
17/11/2014 
Not recruitingYesNCT02276521
Evaluation of Long Term Immunity Following HPV Vaccination
21/10/2014 
Not recruitingNoNCT02188862
Genetic Susceptibility to Rheumatic Heart Disease in the Pacific Region
10/07/2014 
RecruitingYesCTRI/2013/12/004243
Spirituality with cognitive behavior therapy can reduce demoralization of patient undergoing cancer therapy,chronic renal diseases or skin diseases
26-12-2013 
Not recruitingYesNCT02128139
Infective Endocarditis in Developing Countries, a Prospective, Observational, Multicentre Study
17/12/2013 
Not recruitingNoACTRN12613000474752
The efficacy of mass drug administration strategies to control scabies in a highly endemic population.
29/04/2013 
      
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