If you participated in a clinical trial, you may be interested in the trial results, including your individual data and the safety and effects of the experimental drug.
It can be challenging to find results, and many trial sponsors do not share results. However, organizations such as FORCE help make trial results accessible and easy to understand.
Click the links below to learn how to find and understand clinical trial results, as well as about the challenges of sharing trial results.
How to Find Trial Results
- Cancer Council NSW: Finding Trial Results
- Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation: Find Trial Results
- Clara Health: How To Find the Results of a Clinical Trial or Study
- ClinicalTrials.gov: How to Find Results of Studies
- FORCE: XRAY: MBC Trial Results
- Trial Results Summaries: Plain Language Summaries of Clinical Trial Results
Challenges of Sharing Trial Results
- Journal Article: Sharing Clinical Trial Data: Maximizing Benefits, Minimizing Risk
- STAT News: Should Research Volunteers Get to See Their Medical Tests?
- STAT News: Failure to Report: A STAT Investigation of Clinical Trials Reporting
Last Modified on August 31, 2022