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Diabetes Clinical Trials

Find clinical trials for diabetes. Search for diabetes clinical trials in different cities and states across the United States.

Diabetes
e.g. MassachusettsHealthy volunteers: No

Continuous Monitoring and Control of Hypoglycemia

Recruiting

Sponsor:

DexCom, Inc.

Location:

La Jolla, La Mesa, Sacramento, San Mateoshow 20 more

Code:

NCT03340831

Conditions

Diabetes

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 2+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)

Glycemic Effect of Diazoxide in NAFLD

Recruiting
Phase 1

Sponsor:

Columbia University

Location:

New York

Code:

NCT05729282

Conditions

Hyperinsulinemia

Insulin Resistance

Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Prediabetic State

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 18 - 70

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

Diazoxide oral suspension, 1 mg per kg per dose

Diazoxide oral suspension, 2 mg per kg per dose

Placebo

FreeStyle Libre Pro

Deuterated water (2H2O/D2O)

Prospective Controlled Study of Posttransplant Diabetes

Recruiting

Sponsor:

National Center for Research Resources (NCRR)

Location:

Ann Arbor

Code:

NCT00006331

Conditions

Diabetes Mellitus

Kidney Failure

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 18+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

renal transplant

Clinical Application of Stem Cell Educator Therapy in Type 1 Diabetes

Recruiting
Phase 2
Phase 3

Sponsor:

Throne Biotechnologies Inc.

Location:

Hackensack, Paramus

Code:

NCT04011020

Conditions

Type 1 Diabetes

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 14+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

Stem Cell Educator therapy

Biological Sample Repository for Gastrointestinal Disorders

Recruiting

Sponsor:

Pichamol Jirapinyo, MD, MPH

Location:

Boston

Code:

NCT05874726

Conditions

Obesity

Obesity, Morbid

Obesity, Primary

Gastro-Intestinal Disorder

Overweight and Obesity

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 18+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

Blood Collection

Urine Collection

Tissue Sample Collection

Effects of Intensive Bolus Intravenous Insulin Delivery on Metabolic Integrity in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

Recruiting
Phase 3

Sponsor:

Global Infusion and Aspiration Systems, LLC

Location:

Batesville

Code:

NCT01023165

Conditions

Diabetes Mellitus

Metabolic Integrity

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 18 - 70+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

Humulin, Humalog, Novolog

NOX1416 in Treatment of Chronic Non-Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Recruiting
Phase 1

Sponsor:

NOxy Health Products, LLC

Location:

Omaha, Kittanning, Monroeville

Code:

NCT06402565

Conditions

Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 18 - 70+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

NOX1416 plus SOC

Placebo plus SOC

Rare and Atypical Diabetes Network

Recruiting

Sponsor:

University of South Florida

Location:

Aurora, Chicago, Indianapolis, Baltimoreshow 9 more

Code:

NCT05544266

Conditions

Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes Mellitus Progression

Glucose Intolerance

Glucose Metabolism Disorders

Metabolic Disease

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 0 - 70+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

A Study of Retatrutide (LY3437943) in Participants Who Have Obesity or Overweight

Recruiting
Phase 3

Sponsor:

Eli Lilly and Company

Location:

Phoenix, Little Rock, Fresno, San Diegoshow 31 more

Code:

NCT05929066

Conditions

Obesity

Overweight

Knee Pain Chronic

Knee Osteoarthritis

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 18+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

Interventions

Retatrutide

Placebo

Type 1 Diabetes Recurrence in Pancreas Transplants

Recruiting

Sponsor:

University of Miami

Location:

Miami

Code:

NCT01047865

Conditions

Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1

Eligibility Criteria

Sex: All

Age: 18 - 70+

Healthy Volunteers: Not accepted

What are diabetes clinical trials

Diabetes clinical trials are research studies that evaluate new ways to prevent, diagnose, treat, and manage diabetes. These trials are essential for testing the safety and effectiveness of new medications, therapies, and devices for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Through these studies, researchers gain insights that can lead to advancements in diabetes care and treatment.

The importance of clinical trials in diabetes research

Clinical trials play a vital role in diabetes research by providing scientifically validated data on the effectiveness and safety of new treatments. These studies are the foundation for developing innovative therapies that can improve blood sugar control, reduce complications, and enhance the quality of life for people living with diabetes.

Differences in clinical trials for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes

Clinical trials for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes serve distinct purposes due to the differences in the underlying causes and treatment approaches for each type of diabetes. This difference highlights the need for specific research strategies for each diabetes type, based on their unique underlying causes and treatment needs.

Type 1 diabetes clinical trials

Type 1 diabetes clinical trials often focus on the autoimmune nature of the disease, seeking to understand how the body's immune system attacks insulin-producing cells and how this process can be halted or reversed. These trials may test immunotherapies, beta cell regeneration techniques, and novel insulin delivery systems that mimic the pancreas's natural function, aiming to preserve or restore insulin production.

Type 2 diabetes clinical trials

Type 2 diabetes trials, on the other hand, typically concentrate on improving insulin sensitivity and managing blood glucose levels through new medications, dietary interventions, exercise programs, and weight management strategies. Given that Type 2 diabetes is often related to lifestyle factors and metabolic syndrome, these trials also explore the effectiveness of interventions in preventing or delaying the onset of diabetes in high-risk individuals.

Comparative studies and dual focus trials

Some trials are designed to address issues common to both types of diabetes or explore treatments that could benefit both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes patients. Comparative studies assess the effectiveness across diabetes types, while dual focus trials explore interventions applicable to both conditions, such as cardiovascular health improvements.

Who can participate in diabetes clinical trials

Eligibility for diabetes clinical trials varies depending on the study's focus. Trials may be open to individuals with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, those at risk of developing diabetes, or even healthy volunteers in prevention studies. Criteria can include age, diabetes type and stage, and overall health status.

How clinical trials for diabetes are conducted

Clinical trials for diabetes follow a structured process, beginning with a trial design to define the study's goals, methods, and participant criteria. Trials typically proceed through several phases, starting with small safety studies and expanding to larger efficacy trials. Participants are closely monitored, and data is collected to assess the treatment's impact on diabetes management and outcomes.

What to expect when joining a diabetes clinical trial

Participants can expect thorough medical evaluations, detailed information about the study, and close monitoring of their health throughout the trial. Informed consent is obtained before participation, ensuring that individuals understand the trial's purpose, procedures, and potential risks and benefits.

Benefits and risks of participation

Participating in diabetes clinical trials comes with both benefits and risks. Participants may gain early access to new treatments and management strategies that are not yet widely available, offering potential improvements in their diabetes care.

However, there are also risks involved, including the possibility of experiencing side effects or adverse reactions to the treatments being tested. Trials may also demand a significant time commitment, involving regular monitoring and follow-up appointments.

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Clinical Trial Benefits, Risks & Safety Considerations

How to enroll in a clinical trial for diabetes

Enrolling in a diabetes clinical trial through our platform is a straightforward and user-friendly process. Here's how to get started:

  • Identify Your Trial: Use our intuitive search bar or filter options to locate clinical trials specific to requirements. This first step simplifies the process of finding relevant research studies tailored to your needs.
  • Select Your Preferred Location: To find trials conveniently located near you, simply input your preferred location into the dedicated filter bar on the left-hand side of the page.
  • Explore Study Details: For in-depth information about each study, simply click the “Learn More” button. This will provide you with comprehensive details about the trial, including objectives, procedures, and eligibility criteria.
  • Complete the Health Profile: After clicking on the “Get started” button you will be taken to our efficient 5-step application process to provide important health information. This helps us match you with the clinical trial that best fits your needs.
  • Submit the Application: After completing the application, send it in. A clinical trial coordinator will review it and contact you regarding the possibility of participation.