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Australian
Crohn’s and Colitis Association: Trials in Progress


 

Site


Australian Crohn’s and Colitis Association (ACCA)


 

Content

The
Research Section of the site is sub-divided into Trials in Progress and
Research in Progress. The former gives full details of two randomised
controlled trials: the Australian Antibiotic Trial for Crohn’s Disease,
and the New Australian Ulcerative Colitis trial. Contact details are
provided for further information.

  

The Research Studies – not clinical trials – cover diet, IBD family
research and a paediatric and adolescent database project.

    

The ACCA is a non-profit organisation, providing support, information
and education programmes for people with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative
colitis (inflammatory bowel disease/IBD). It also supports research into
the causes and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease.

 

Other information available

The
remainder of the site offers details of other ACCA services, a membership
scheme, and links to related websites in Australia and beyond.

 

Access

Free.
No password or pre-registration required.

 

Comments

The
site has a keyword search facility. The Trials in Progress details were
updated in June, 2000.

  

 



 

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Clinical Trial
 

 

 

Site

Australian Crohn’s and Colitis Association (ACCA)

 

Content

The Research Section of the site is sub-divided into Trials in Progress and Research in Progress. The former gives full details of two randomised controlled trials: the Australian Antibiotic Trial for Crohn’s Disease, and the New Australian Ulcerative Colitis trial. Contact details are provided for further information.
  
The Research Studies – not clinical trials – cover diet, IBD family research and a paediatric and adolescent database project.
    
The ACCA is a non-profit organisation, providing support, information and education programmes for people with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (inflammatory bowel disease/IBD). It also supports research into the causes and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease.

 

Other information available

The remainder of the site offers details of other ACCA services, a membership scheme, and links to related websites in Australia and beyond.

 

Access

Free. No password or pre-registration required.

 

Comments

The site has a keyword search facility. The Trials in Progress details were updated in June, 2000.