Clinical Trials for Medical Professionals
Clinical trials play an important role in discovering how anemia affects patients within a variety of disease states and are essential to determining optimum treatment methods to reduce patients’ symptoms. As part of that process, we encourage all healthcare professionals who treat patients with anemia to learn about and be aware of current clinical research.
- Anemia: Recruiting | All Results
- Cancer and anemia: Recruiting | All Results
- Iron deficiency anemia: Recruiting | All Results
- Renal anemia: Recruiting | All Results
All trials included in the list of results are interventional trials related to anemia which are located in the United States. The links will take you to the Advanced Search form where you can adjust or add search criteria.
One valuable resource to help you stay abreast of current clinical trials and medical research involving anemia is the government-operated clearinghouse www.clinicaltrials.gov. This website offers up-to-date information on locating federally and privately supported clinical trials. To help you search for anemia-related trials  has provided several pre-set links to the right.
We provide information about clinical trials for your patients interested in learning about or participating in a clinical trial. This information is a good starting point if you will be speaking to them about clinical trials or if they have expressed interest in searching for clinical trials related to anemia.