The following is a listing from SAA of active third party spondylitis research opportunities. SAA is not affiliated with these studies, and is sharing them as a service to the community.
A phase 3 clinical trial is now recruiting non-radiographic axial Spondyloarthritis (nr-axSpA) patients over the age of 18 to participate in a study of an investigational biologic medication, secukinumab, given by injection.
You may qualify to participate in this study if you:
Additional requirements apply.
If you qualify and agree to be in the study, you will receive the investigational study medication and all study-related care at no cost. Participation is expected to last approximately 24 months.
The purpose of the trial, entitled the “Study of Efficacy and Safety of Secukinumab in Patients With Non-radiographic Axial Spondyloarthritis,” is to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and effectiveness of the injected investigational study medication, secukinumab, in helping to decrease the frequency and severity of spondyloarthritis symptoms.
More information can be found at https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02696031?cond=NCT02696031&rank=1
This study is sponsored by Novartis Pharmaceuticals. For location of study centers near you, you can contact them at 1-888-669-6682 and ask for NCT02696031.
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A phase 3 clinical trial is now recruiting axial spondyloarthritis (ankylosing spondylitis) patients over the age of 18 to take part in a three-pronged study. The investigational study medication is an IL-17 inhibitor called Ixekizumab.
Eli Lilly and Company, who is the drug manufacturer and is sponsoring the study, has created a website where you can learn more, and prescreen for each of the studies. See “Find a Lilly Trial.”
The three related studies can also be found through ClinicalTrials.gov, linked below:
Note from SAA: We are delighted to inform you of this study led by Dr. James Rosenbaum, current member of SAA’s Medical and Scientific Advisory Board.
Recent scientific studies have shown that the bacteria and other organisms which normally reside in our gut can have a profound effect on the immune system and inflammatory disease. This study will analyze gut microbe data to determine if there are patterns or certain associations with ankylosing spondylitis or HLA-B27.
Participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire, keep a 2-day food diary and to provide a sample of feces (stool) which can be collected at home and shipped to our research laboratory. An optional sample of saliva may also be provided. There are no costs for participation and all sample packaging and shipping materials are provided. If you choose to be in the study, you will not personally benefit, but may help to benefit patients with ankylosing spondylitis in the future.
For more information, please contact Dr. Rosenbaum’s research team at 503-494-5711 or B27microbiome@ohsu.edu. Thank you!
Oregon Health & Science University
PA: James Rosenbaum, MD
Relationship between HLA B27, disease status and gut microbes (An extension study of “Influence of HLA B27 status and colonoscopy bowel prep on the gut microbiome in conjunction with analysis of the gut microbiome along the gastrointestinal tract”)
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