This is a live search of the Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR). All clinical trials displayed on this website are sourced from the ANZCTR (link is external). This includes all trials with a recruitment site in Australia that are registered on ANZCTR as well as ClinicalTrials.gov. To register a trial with ANZCTR, please visit their website.
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Treatment: Study that evaluates an intervention to treat conditions.
Prevention: Study that assesses an intervention to prevent a condition.
Diagnosis: Study that assesses an intervention to diagnose a condition.
Education/counselling/training: Study that assesses an intervention that involves educational material, counselling or training.
Phase of investigation, usually applied to a drug trial.
Phase 1: the first tests of a treatment in humans that aim to test safety and the best drug dose.
Phase 2: aim to see how well the new treatment works and to monitor for side effects.
Phase 3: aim to test if the new treatment (the intervention treatment) is better than the current best standard treatment.
Phase 4: aim to assess any long-term side effects of a new treatment and occur after a drug has been licensed for use and put on the market.
Note that not all ANZCTR trials complete this field as it is not compulsory.
Healthy volunteers may be able to participate in some clinical trials.