ausEE Inc. supports research by advising our members about current clinical trials they may be eligible to participate in through communications in our member newsletter, social media and here on our website.
Clinical trials help researchers learn about treatments for eosinophilic diseases and enable participants the opportunity to access new treatments, contribute to medical research and take an active role in their healthcare. Trials and studies may include drug therapy and delivery, diagnosis and disease monitoring methods, dietary investigations and patient surveys.
If you are 12-75 years of age and diagnosed with eosinophilic oesophagitis (EoE), you may qualify to take part in a research study evaluating an investigational drug to see if it helps give relief of EoE symptoms.
Study CC-93538-EE-001 is a Phase 3, multicenter, multinational, randomized, double-blind, Placebo-controlled induction and maintenance study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of CC-93538 in adult and adolescent participants with EoE.
There are multiple study locations in Australia.
If you have EoE or symptoms of EoE, you may be eligible to participate in the VOYAGE study.
In the VOYAGE study you will be seen by eosinophilic oesophagitis specialists, help advance EoE research and you may receive an investigational drug that may have the potential to provide relief to your symptoms.
By enrolling in this Phase 2 trial, you could potentially see relief to your symptoms in the following ways:
You may receive study related treatment at no cost and reimbursements for your site visits. If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with EoE, have trouble swallowing, and are interested in participating, fill out the questionnaire here.
Join Us is a simple online register that helps researchers prevent, treat and find cures for disease.
ausEE Inc. is proud to be a partner of ‘Join Us’ - an initiative to strengthen medical research by creating an online secure register of a million Australians willing to participate in research studies.
Sign up to be matched with research studies: www.joinus.org.au
Page last modified: 29 November, 2021