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If you are still not able to see any results after refining your search, it might mean that there are not any suitable Galapagos clinical trials for you at the moment.

If you are a patient interested in looking into clinical trial options for a particular medical condition, a good place to start would be to talk to your doctor, who will be able to help you search for trials or discuss other options. You can also search clinicaltrials.gov where you can look at all currently listed clinical trials.
Your doctor is likely to be providing you with lots of support, and there are also specific patient association websites that can help with understanding more about your condition, ideas on how to manage it and also provide you with a network of others that have the same condition. There are often both global and local versions of these wesbites and these can be found by searching online.

If you would like to learn more about the clinical trials process you can read about what clinical trials are and what is involved in taking part.


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Search by medical condition
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Medical condition
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If you are still not able to see any results after refining your search, it might mean that there are not any suitable Galapagos clinical trials for you at the moment.

If you are a patient interested in looking into clinical trial options for a particular medical condition, a good place to start would be to talk to your doctor, who will be able to help you search for trials or discuss other options. You can also search clinicaltrials.gov where you can look at all currently listed clinical trials.
Your doctor is likely to be providing you with lots of support, and there are also specific patient association websites that can help with understanding more about your condition, ideas on how to manage it and also provide you with a network of others that have the same condition. There are often both global and local versions of these wesbites and these can be found by searching online.

If you would like to learn more about the clinical trials process you can read about what clinical trials are and what is involved in taking part.