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How do I learn more about current open studies?
Below you will find a list of current studies. Clicking on the link will take you to the study summary, which will provide you with all the important details for each study.
How do I participate in a study?
Each study summary provides a list of hospitals or clinics where the study is being run. Using the contact information provided, you may contact any of these facilities in order to request participation in a study.
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EXPLORE MG 2 is a natural history study designed to better understand disease characteristics and identify treatment predictive and responsive biomarkers for myasthenia gravis. A total of 300-400 participants with confirmed diagnosis of myasthenia gravis are expected to be enrolled in the study.
Study personnel will perform broad outreach via social media, patient advocacy groups, academic institutions to identify subjects with MUSK myasthenia who will be willing to provide verification of laboratory diagnosis, medical and family history, and a saliva sample. Subjects will be able to contact the study personnel by website, email, phone, and mail. Once inclusion criteria are met, saliva collection kit will be mailed with a return mailer. Samples will be stored in the GW biorepository until the study is complete. Saliva will then be shipped to NIH after an appropriate material transfer agreement is approved.
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8202: Adapting Disease Specific Outcome Measures Pilot Trial for Telehealth in Myasthenia Gravis (ADAPT-teleMG)
The Adapting Disease Specific Outcome Measures Pilot Trial for Telehealth in Myasthenia Gravis is a pilot study designed to better understand the use of modified clinical assessments during telehealth visits for patients with Myasthenia Gravis. A total of 50 adult participants with confirmed diagnosis of MG, with a range of disease severity will be enrolled across sites.