Alagille syndrome

Clinical Research/Studies

Is there clinical research going on for Alagille syndrome?

As of April 2019, there are multiple clinical research studies currently underway for Alagille syndrome. Some of these studies are looking at new medicines that might help people with Alagille syndrome and some are looking at the symptoms of Alagille syndrome to understand them better. If you are interested in participating in a clinical research study, www.clinicaltrials.gov is a good place to start looking for trials you can participate in. Search for "Alagille syndrome" to read more about the studies looking for participants. You may also search for specific symptoms you have of Alagille syndrome to see if there are research studies for the specific symptoms.

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How do I find clinical research in Alagille syndrome?

How do I give money to help research in Alagille syndrome?

How do I find clinical research in Alagille syndrome?

If you want to find clinical research on Alagille syndrome, www.clinicaltrials.gov is a good place to start that is currently underway. The Alagile Syndrome Foundation (www.alagille.org) also adds up-to-date articles about results of clinical research trials, if you are more interested in learning about the results of studies that have already been completed. The Childhood Liver Disease Research and Education Network (ChiLDREN) (www.childrennetwork.org) also has information on clinical research studies that they are performing.

How do I give money to help research in Alagille syndrome?

There are many ways to support Alagille syndrome research, including:

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