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28 opportunities found

Phase II Primary Sjorgren Syndrome Protocol Review – Face to Face Discussion & Review

Location: UK wide, All of England, London

An exciting opportunity to shape a commercial phase II protocol in Primary Sjorgren Syndrome

Are you interested in new ways to make diagnostics for people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA)?

Location: London

We are looking for the views of RA patients to assist in advancing a new diagnostic test.

Interested in being part of the conversation around future therapies for HIV?

Location: London

We invite patients to participate in a programme on new therapies for HIV that are being developed.

Are you interested in new ways to make diagnostics for patients with Sjögren syndrome (SjS)?

Location: London

We are looking for the views of SjS’s patients to assist in advancing a new diagnostic test.

Medicines Management in neuropathic pain

Location: Yorks & Humber

This study aims to study patients’ experiences & use of medicine to manage neuropathic pain (NP).

Opportunity for parents and children to join patient advisory group for ‘TREAT paediatric severe asthma trial’

Location: UK wide, London

Exciting programme (Imperial) may lead to new treatments available for children with severe asthma

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