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The Hepatitis C Treatment Information Project has been Updated

The Hepatitis C Treatment Information Project has been updatedThe Hepatitis C Treatment Information Project has been updated. Our drug pipeline diagrams have been updated for the month of August, a page about the next generation of hepatitis C treatments and a page for the hep C treatment Epclusa have been added, and details about new and emerging clinical trials have been added to the Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page.

For those not Living in Canada’s Major Cities

There are clinical trials currently or about to be looking for participates in cities beyond Canada’s major cities. If you are interested in clinical trials for hep C treatments, but don’t live in Toronto or Vancouver, this may be the time for you to wonder about participating in a clinical trial.

Examples of Canadian Cities Hosting Hep C Clinical Trials

  • Vancouver
  • Barrie
  • Belleville
  • Brampton
  • Calgary
  • North Bay
  • Ottawa
  • Quebec City
  • Regina
  • Toronto
  • Fredricton
  • Halifax
  • Hamilton
  • Moncton
  • Montreal
  • Saskatoon
  • Sherbrooke
  • Victoria
  • Westminster
  • Winnipeg
  • Abbotsford
  • Kingston
  • Mississauga
  • Newmarket
  • Prince George
  • Richmond Hill
  • Sault-Ste-Marie
  • Scarborough
  • St-Jerome

Wondering about Participating in Clinical Trials?

Those participating in clinical trials must meet certain criteria, and, in addition to taking the drugs, are asked to complete questionnaires and submit blood work and other lab results for research purposes. As well as a commitment to the course of treatment, there is also a time commitment to complete all of the data collection required as a participant in the clinical trial.

For those considering participating in clinical trials, talk with a health care provider you trust about your options. Try to gather as much research as you can, and talk with other people who have also participated in clinical trials.

More Information

Interested in clinical trials? Beyond the Hepatitis C Treatment Information Project’s Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page, there is also addition information about clinical trials on our Considering Treatment page and our Participating in Clinical Trials page. ClinicalTrials.gov is also a great resource and includes additional information about clinical trials being planned or taking place around the world.

Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting Info Updated

Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting Info UpdatedWe are excited to announce that our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page was out of date. We are excited to announce that there are so many new clinical trials in the works for hep C treatments that our recently updated information about recruiting clinical trials needed updating again.

Our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page has been updated with new information about clinical trials recruiting or soon-to-be recruiting across Canada. While updating the page, what stood out was just the sheer volume of trials needing to be added to the list or taken off of the list of clinical trials about to begin.

Wondering about Participating in Clinical Trials?

Those participating in clinical trials must meet certain criteria, and, in addition to taking the drugs, are asked to complete questionnaires and submit blood work and other lab results for research purposes. As well as a commitment to the course of treatment, there is also a time commitment to complete all of the data collection required as a participant in the clinical trial.

For those considering participating in clinical trials, talk with a health care provider you trust about your options. Try to gather as much research as you can, and talk with other people who have also participated in clinical trials.

More Information

Interested in clinical trials? Beyond our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page, there is also addition information about clinical trials on  our Considering Treatment page and our Participating in Clinical Trials page. ClinicalTrials.gov is also a great resource and includes additional information about clinical trials being planned or taking place around the world.

Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada Page Updated

Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada Page UpdatedWe are excited to announce that our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page was out of date. We are excited to announce that there are so many new clinical trials in the works for hep C that our recently updated information about recruiting clinical trials needed updating again.

Our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page has been updated with new information about clinical trials recruiting or soon-to-be recruiting across Canada.

While updating the page, what stood out, again, was the variety of clinical trials about to begin. The upcoming clinical trials will test different hep C treatments for different hep C genotypes and different types of patients. For example, there is a clinical trial being planned for patients who need their parents or legal guardians to provide written consent as the trial is looking for underage participates. The collection of trials that makes up our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page again makes it seem like an honest-to-goodness cornucopia of clinical trials.

Interested in clinical trials? There is information about clinical trials on our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page, our Considering Treatment page, and our Participating in Clinical Trials page. ClinicalTrials.gov is also a great resource and includes additional information about clinical trials being planned or taking place around the world.

Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting Update

Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada pageWe are excited to announce that our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page was out of date. We are excited to announce that there are so many new clinical trials in the works for hep C that our recently updated information about recruiting clinical trials needed updating again.

Our Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting in Canada page has been updated with new listings of clinical trials recruiting or soon-to-be recruiting across Canada.

While updating the page, what stood out was the variety of clinical trials about to begin. The upcoming clinical trials will test different hep C treatments for different types of patients and different hep C genotypes. They also have a variety of sponsors (AbbVie, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Gilead, Merck, University Health Network, etc.). What is adding to the variety of trials is that many are looking at combinations of two or more hep C treatments already on the market. It seems like an honest-to-goodness cornucopia of clinical trials.