Clinical trials for endometriosis

Clinical trials give you access to cutting-edge medications and treatments that have the potential to change lives - completely free of charge. Plus, you’ll get access to expert care from leading specialists who can help you take control of your health.

It’s simple to get started. Answer a few questions, and we’ll start searching for the right trial based on your profile. We’ll only match you to trials you’re eligible for, or we keep searching until we find the right one. Whenever new trials are created, we automatically check if you qualify. Once we’ve found the right match, you can apply, and we’ll connect you with the trial team directly once you’ve been accepted.

When you take part in a clinical trial, you contribute to research that may improve your quality of life and the lives of people with the same condition for generations to come.

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Actively recruiting
Study Of Oral Elagolix Tablets In Combination With Combined Oral Contraceptive Capsules/Tablets To Assess Dysmenorrhea Response In Adult Female Participants With Endometriosis And Associated Moderate To Severe Pain
AL, AR, AZ, CA and 30 more locations (US)
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Study to Gather Information How Well Three Different Doses of BAY1817080 Given Twice Daily Over 12 Weeks Work in Comparison to an Inactive Pill (Placebo) and Elagolix in Women Suffering From Pain Related to a Condition Where the Tissue That Usually Grows Inside the Womb Grows Outside of the Womb
AL, AZ, CA, CO and 19 more locations (US)
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Cabergoline for the Treatment of Chronic Pain Due to Endometriosis
MA (US)
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Evaluation of Endometriosis With 18F-fluoroestradiol PET / MRI
NC (US)
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An AHEI Dietary Intervention to Reduce Pain in Women With Endometriosis
WA (US)
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Evaluating the influence of Yoga, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Standard Care on Quality of Life and Healthcare Costs in Endometriosis
VIC (AU)
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Pilot Study of the IL-1 Antagonist Anakinra for the Treatment of Endometriosis Related Symptoms
CA (US)
Actively recruiting
Study to Evaluate the Pharmacodynamics and Efficacy of Leuprolide Tablets (Ovarest®) in Women With Endometriosis
FL, OH, VA, WA (US)
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Why clinical trials?

Clinical trials are vital for researchers and physicians to advance modern medicine and improve the quality of life for future patients. All the drugs and medical equipment we use today are available because patients participated in clinical trials.

How do I apply for a trial?

Our platform helps you find the right match by showing you only trials you’re eligible for and simplifying the jargon. You’re then able to view matches and apply for trials in an easy-to-use dashboard. Once you’ve been accepted, we’ll put you in direct contract with the trial group.

If you don’t match with a clinical trial today, we won’t stop searching until we find the right match for you.

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Our community consists of a diverse team of doctors, engineers, scientists, and people dedicated to challenging the status quo of medical research.

We are united by a passion to deliver better healthcare options, for all, regardless of location, background or means. This means access to trials and the revolutionary treatments that come from them.

Manuri GunawardenaFounder and CEO and HealthMatch

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