Participation in clinical trials depends on several factors including (but not limited to) your age, diabetes condition (HbA1c levels), current medications, and willingness to participate. Most clinical trials focus on either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, but some trials look to enroll patients with either type of diabetes.
Patients who complete the online pre-screener will be matched to a clinical trial, and will find out which trial locations are closest to them. If no clinical trials currently match your specific medical conditions, or if a local trial is not currently enrolling, you may sign up to be alerted when a clinical trial match is available. All information is strictly confidential and is never rented or sold.
The main purpose of the trial is to understand the effects of an investigational drug versus a placebo drug. The trial will measure the heart health of patients who take the trial drug versus the placebo. The AMPLITUDE-O Trial is seeking Type 2 Diabetic patients who have heart disease or who are at an elevated risk of heart disease. Find out more about the AMPLITUDE-O Trial.
The purpose of this clinical trial is to evaluate the safety of an investigational drug for diabetes. This clinical trial will measure heart and kidney health in adult patients with diabetes and kidney disease who have an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease. The investigational drug used in this trial will be compared against a placebo. Find Out More About the SCORED Trial.
There are currently no Type 1 Diabetes Trials available on our web site. You may sign up to be alerted when a clinical trial match is available.