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What is clinical research?

Pediatric clinical trials help improve the lives of kids in our community and beyond

The physicians, nurses and other team members caring for children at CHoR are dedicated to providing the best care for every child, now and in the future. We are actively conducting research into new treatments and ways to care for children in over a hundred clinical trials. Children who participate in a clinical trial may directly benefit as well as help children around the world who may be facing a similar condition.

What does it mean to participate in a clinical trial and what are some of the questions you should ask and get answered before you consider enrolling your child in one? Here are some places with important information. You can also ask your provider.

See available clinical studies

Why is clinical research important?

Meet Dr. Henry Rozycki: Director of the Child Health Research Institute

Clinical trials FAQs

Help us create healthier futures for children

Help us create healthier futures for children

At CHoR, we are actively conducting clinical trials to help cure childhood diseases. By participating in clinical trials, you are helping us advance health care for children. Learn more clinical trials or click here see our active clinical trials.

Information for patients and families