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Taking part in clinical trials

When you visit your doctor, you could be asked if you would be willing to take part in a clinical trial. Clinical trials are research studies designed to test new treatments, with people receiving or not receiving specific treatments.

The following information will tell you more about clinical trials and answer any questions you may have.


If you are interested in taking part in a trial, then you could ask your doctor if they know of any that might be suitable for you. Alternatively, you could look at the websites below to find out about current clinical trials.


If you live outside the UK, your local epilepsy organisation   may be able to give you information on trials where you live.


For further information, contact Margaret Rawnsley or telephone +44 (0)113 210 8800.

 

In order to continue this important work, we need your help. Find out how you can make a regular or single donation to support research at Epilepsy Action

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