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                   228 records for 91 trials found!
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Recruitment statusMain ID Public TitleDate of Registration
Not AvailableEUCTR2013-000261-36-Outside-EU/EEA
A fibrinogen concentrate study in paediatric patients with inherited fibrinogen deficiency
Recruitment statusMain IDPublic titleDate of registration
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-000261-36-FRA fibrinogen concentrate study in paediatric patients with inherited fibrinogen deficiency04/04/2014
04/04/2014
Not RecruitingCTRI/2014/03/004443
A clinical study of EVERolimus (RAD001)in combination with EXemestane in post-menopausal women with EStrogen receptor positive, human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 negative locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer
05-03-2014
RecruitingNCT02094430
Human Fibrinogen Concentrate (FGTW) in Pediatric Patients With Congenital Fibrinogen Deficiency
26/02/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-002293-41-SK
Study to evaluate 2 types of treatment as first line treatment (masitinib + gemcitabine or placebo + gemcitabine ) and 2 types of treatment as second line treatment (masitinib + FOLFIRI 3 or placebo + FOLFIRI 3) in the treatment of patients with with non resectable locally advanced or metastatic pancreatic cancer.
19/02/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-002351-15-EE
Study which compares the effectiveness and safety of a not yet approved drug called ONO-4641 versus an approved drug called interferon beta 1a (active comparator) in patients with multiple sclerosis. The study is double-blind (that is when neither the patient nor the investigator know which of the 2 drugs the patient is receiving). Patients will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive the study drug (two different doses) or the comparator.
Recruitment statusMain IDPublic titleDate of registration
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-002351-15-ATStudy which compares the effectiveness and safety of a not yet approved drug called ONO-4641 versus an approved drug called interferon beta 1a (active comparator) in patients with multiple sclerosis. The study is double-blind (that is when neither the patient nor the investigator know which of the 2 drugs the patient is receiving). Patients will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive the study drug (two different doses) or the comparator. 28/02/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-002351-15-LVStudy which compares the effectiveness and safety of a not yet approved drug called ONO-4641 versus an approved drug called interferon beta 1a (active comparator) in patients with multiple sclerosis. The study is double-blind (that is when neither the patient nor the investigator know which of the 2 drugs the patient is receiving). Patients will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive the study drug (two different doses) or the comparator. 20/02/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-002351-15-HUStudy which compares the effectiveness and safety of a not yet approved drug called ONO-4641 versus an approved drug called interferon beta 1a (active comparator) in patients with multiple sclerosis. The study is double-blind (that is when neither the patient nor the investigator know which of the 2 drugs the patient is receiving). Patients will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive the study drug (two different doses) or the comparator. 21/02/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-002351-15-ESStudy which compares the effectiveness and safety of a not yet approved drug called ONO-4641 versus an approved drug called interferon beta 1a (active comparator) in patients with multiple sclerosis. The study is double-blind (that is when neither the patient nor the investigator know which of the 2 drugs the patient is receiving). Patients will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive the study drug (two different doses) or the comparator.25/02/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-002351-15-PTStudy which compares the effectiveness and safety of a not yet approved drug called ONO-4641 versus an approved drug called interferon beta 1a (active comparator) in patients with multiple sclerosis. The study is double-blind (that is when neither the patient nor the investigator know which of the 2 drugs the patient is receiving). Patients will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive the study drug (two different doses) or the comparator. 25/02/2014
Not RecruitingEUCTR2013-002351-15-BGStudy which compares the effectiveness and safety of a not yet approved drug called ONO-4641 versus an approved drug called interferon beta 1a (active comparator) in patients with multiple sclerosis. The study is double-blind (that is when neither the patient nor the investigator know which of the 2 drugs the patient is receiving). Patients will be randomly assigned (like the flip of a coin) to receive the study drug (two different doses) or the comparator. 20/02/2014
18/02/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2013-003997-28-GB
Study to collect data to further monitor whether the treatment triggers an immune reaction (i.e. development of antibodies, so called “inhibitors” directed against factor 8), to further investigate how well Human-cl rhFVIII prevents and stops bleeding episodes, and to monitor if it is safe and well tolerated in the treatment on a long-term basis.
20/11/2013
Not recruitingNCT01991340
H.E.R.O.S. Study: An Observational Study of the Cardiac Safety of Herceptin (Trastuzumab) in Patients With HER2-Positive Breast Cancer
07/11/2013
Not recruitingNCT01985204
Iodine Supplementation in Obesity
31/10/2013
Not RecruitingEUCTR2010-022134-89-HU
Efficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.
Recruitment statusMain IDPublic titleDate of registration
AuthorisedEUCTR2010-022134-89-SIEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.15/11/2013
AuthorisedEUCTR2010-022134-89-ESEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.01/10/2013
AuthorisedEUCTR2010-022134-89-CZEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.17/10/2013
AuthorisedEUCTR2010-022134-89-ITEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.20/09/2013
Not RecruitingEUCTR2010-022134-89-NLEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.04/10/2013
Not RecruitingEUCTR2010-022134-89-EEEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.14/10/2013
Not RecruitingEUCTR2010-022134-89-LTEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.24/10/2013
Not RecruitingEUCTR2010-022134-89-DKEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.23/01/2014
AuthorisedEUCTR2010-022134-89-ATEfficacy and safety of trimetazidine in patients with angina having been treated by dilatation of coronary arteries.03/02/2014
11/09/2013
Not recruitingNCT01893255
A Non-Interventional Study in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis Who Are Treated With RoActemra/Actemra (Tocilizumab)
02/07/2013
    
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