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PBI celebrates International Clinical Trials Day, 20 May 2022

Today marks the day James Lind began the world's first clinical trial on scurvy in 1747, laying the groundwork for modern-day clinical research.

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Participate in a clinical trial

PBI's Clinical Trials Unit actively runs numerous clinical trials and performs state-of-the-art research into bleeding and clotting disorders and blood cancers.

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Participate in a research project

PBI regularly participates in clinical trials to support improved treatments for blood disorders, providing Western Australians with the opportunity to access new treatments.

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Our Impact

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Biobanked samples for translational resesarch.

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Partnering haematology centres in the Asia-Pacific.    

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Clinical trial patient appointments.

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Active clinical trials.

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