Open clinical trials:

1. Moderate to severe Crohn's disease

The study is directed at patients with moderate or severe disease and insufficient response or lack of response to at least one conventional treatment method or intolerance to such treatment.

2. Rheumatoid arthritis

The study is aimed at patients with active rheumatoid arthritis who have not been shown to respond adequately to standard therapy.

3. Bladder cancer at the stage of local advancement or dissemination

The study is aimed at patients who have progressed or are intolerant to systemic therapy, or who have been denied or not available systemic therapy.

4. Atopic dermatitis

The study is directed to patients aged 12 years and older with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis.

5. Magnetic resonance imaging of the body

A study assessing the efficacy and safety of the investigational contrast agent used in magnetic resonance imaging (MR).

Clinical trials during registration:

1. Cervical cancer

Study directed at patients with advanced or recurrent unresectable cervical cancer with positive HPV16 result.

2. Ovarian cancer

Study directed at patients with recurrent ovarian cancer refractory to platinum therapy

 

If you are interested in participating in the above mentioned clinical trials free of charge, please contact us by phone: 12 340 24 02

 

Clinical trials are conducted to assess the effectiveness and safety of a given drug, medical device (e.g. diagnostic equipment) or other medical technology (e.g. surgery). Most often, research concerns new or already known drugs, but evaluated for new applications. Clinical trials are one of the key elements of medical progress.
 

The research is carried out at the request of international pharmaceutical companies, usually before the medicine is released for sale. Therefore, research participants may have access to new generations of medicinal products often many years before they enter the market.
 

Each person who participates in a clinical trial gives the opportunity to improve health and life not only for themselves but in the future also for many other patients suffering from similar diseases.
 

Benefits of participating in clinical trials:

  • active participation in improving one's health and life
  • access to innovative treatments not available on the market
  • top-quality free medical care
  • helping other patients by actively contributing to the development of medicine

 

Some tests are performed on people with a specific disease, while others on participants who are completely healthy. Only a person who meets the pre-defined requirements can participate in a given study. Study participants are volunteers and do not receive financial rewards for participating in the study. In return, all examinations, medical visits and drug samples are free.

The key element in clinical trials is the participant's safety and protection of his rights. The tests are carried out in accordance with the test protocol, which in each case is approved by an independent Bioethical Committee. In our center, all tests are conducted in accordance with the principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and ethical principles contained in the Helsinki Declaration