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Statistics of clinical trials in the CEE countries, 11.10.2017

Heart failure, Epidermolysis bullosa, Thyroid cancer, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Hemophilia, Lymphoma, Liver cancer, Laryngeal cancer, Post-traumatic stress disorder, Bronchial asthma, Lupus Erythematosus, Bladder cancer, Cervical cancer. The actual clinical trial data (per disease) are presented for your review, comparison and estimation of the current activity and outlook for trial involvement …

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Statistics of clinical trials in the CEE countries, 04.10.2017

Ischemic heart disease, Alcoholic hepatitis, Viral hepatitis, Epilepsy, Hemorrhagic stroke, Multiple myeloma, Breast cancer, Autism, Alcohol dependence, Cough, Scleroderma, Ovarian cancer. The actual clinical trial data (interventional clinical trials per disease) are presented for your review, comparison and estimation of the current activity and outlook for trial involvement of Ukraine …

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Statistics of clinical trials in the CEE countries, 22.09.2017

Chronic pain, Pulmonary arterial hypertension, Melanoma, Diabetes mellitus, Chronic pancreatitis, Iron deficiency anemia, HIV infection, Chronic kidney disease, Ischemic stroke, Cerebral palsy, Chronic leukemia, Gastric cancer, Cataract, Ear diseases, Schizophrenia, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Rheumatoid arthritis, Overactive bladder, Prostate cancer, Endometriosis. The actual clinical trial data (per disease) are presented …

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Clinical trials for cancer

According to ClinicalTrials.gov, there are 55 recruiting clinical trials for cancer or 27% of all 202 recruiting trials in Ukraine; active, not recruiting trials for cancer – 80 or 40% of all 198 active, not recruiting trials. The country experience shows totally 317 clinical trials for cancer or 21% of all …

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Thyroid cancer

According to National Cancer Registry of Ukraine, thyroid cancer statistics in Ukraine are the following: the Prevalence (2016): 38,565 patients; rate – 106.7 patients per 100 thousand population (males – 34.2; females – 169.6). The Incidence (2015): 3145 new cases; rate (age-standardized, world standard) – 6.6 new cases per 100 thousand population (males – 2.5; …

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