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1225178 tn?1318980604

Research

I know somebody posted where to go to find out about the research that is going on, and what clinical trials we may be able to get into... but my brain isn't working today and I can't find the post. Somebody please give me that web site.

I'd really appreciate it.
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Try these 2 sites...

http://www.clinicaltrials.gov/  (and)   http://janis7hepc.com/

Hope that helps Diane
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87972 tn?1322661239
MJ linked some good sites; you can also try Centerwatch; it’s another trial locator you can add to the list:

http://www.centerwatch.com/clinical-trials/listings/default.aspx

If you run across something interesting, post details along with a link, and perhaps someone will offer their thoughts or personal experiences.

Bill
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if you go to HCVadvocate, they have the entire list of  HCV drugs with info about the phases of development and latest news. I am pretty sure Janis gets their info at HCVadvocate
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1225178 tn?1318980604
Thanks for that info. Sorry I'm late with the appreciation, haven't felt up to getting on the computer lately. Feeling better today.
:-)
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