Find Clinical trials worldwide
The Resources section of this site links to publications related to ClinicalTrials.gov, clinical alerts, and information on subscribing to RSS feeds for new and updated clinical studies. This section also provides statistics about ClinicalTrials.gov, as well as information on retrieving study record data and search results in Extensible Markup Language (XML) format.
Find selected outreach and scholarly publications on issues related to ClinicalTrials.gov and clinical research.
Read notices from the National Institutes of Health about study findings that may significantly affect mortality and morbidity (illness).
Learn how to subscribe to RSS feeds for specific searches, or subscribe to a feed for studies that have been recently added to the database or updated.
View charts and maps displaying a variety of statistics about the studies registered on ClinicalTrials.gov, including the locations of studies, types of registered studies, and number of registered studies over time.
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How to Find Clinical Trials
The National Cancer Institute, drug companies, medical institutions, and other organizations sponsor clinical trials. Clinical trials take place in many settings, such as cancer centers, large medical centers, small hospitals, and doctors' offices.