Clinical trials

Our progress is due in large part to the important and tough scientific questions we set out to answer with our trials and collaborations. We are grateful to the thousands of volunteers who participate in our clinical trials – making this all possible.

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There are clinical trials in progress

Our medical advances can only happen through the efforts of many people, especially the patients who volunteer for clinical trials. They are our partners in research.

What is a clinical trial?

A clinical trial is a research study in human volunteers that helps determine whether investigational vaccines and medicines or new uses for existing vaccines and medicines are safe and work well.

Patient volunteers are our heroes

We strive to create clinical trials as diverse as the patients we serve. See the stories behind our work.

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Clinical trials & the power of diversity

Advancing science powered by greater diversity in our clinical research

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Cancer care during COVID-19: No patient left behind

By Dr. Roy Baynes, chief medical officer

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When diversity in clinical trials is personal

How Adrelia's passion for diversity in clinical trials started close to home

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No patient left behind: making the impossible possible for clinical trials during adversity

With Andy Lee, head of global clinical trial operations

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Our commitment to patients is unwavering

As long as there are patients still in hospitals, doctors and nurses desperate to add years to the lives of their patients and a world where treatments aren’t accessible to all, we will be here: fighting with all we have to deliver more, sooner.