What’s New in Research

Every year, hundreds of new clinical trials are initiated to test new “experimental” drugs, or to test new uses of already approved drugs on humans, in a wide range of disease areas. These trials are conducted by researchers in countries all around the world, including Canada, in locations like hospitals, universities, doctors’ offices, and community clinics. Through voluntary participation in clinical trials, patients get a chance to take part in research that could improve their health and help them access a drug, prior to its approval. Like all drugs, the ones used in clinical trials have potential benefits as well as risks, and since they are still being studied, there is usually limited information about safety and efficacy. Before deciding to take part in a clinical trial, discuss the potential risks and benefits with your health care provider, so that you can make an informed decision about your health.

There is an unprecedented number of clinical trials currently underway in PNH, including:

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