Most recent cohort study in Europe http://www.cadasilfoundation.org/STROKE%20-%20CADASIL.pdf
 
 

CADASIL Studies from around the world

If reserachers are wanting patient for a study. Potential patients are notified directly by us. It will be their decision to contact the study Coordinator if they are interested in participating in a study which is recruiting.

2016 Dr. Joutel talks about future medical trials. This hope of reaching a cure one day (and everyone is anxious for it) is what supports us. We have difficulties in imagining different stages to obtain the approval for a drug (or treatment). We hear about evaluation phases 1, 2, 3, etc. Could you tell us where we are today and what steps have already been accomplished? What steps are left to go? What are their potential durations? Can we have an idea of the process costs and how we can hope enough funding will be found?

2016 CADASIL Disease Discovery Protocol

2016 Paris, France

2014 Study in Germany

2013 Glasgow University

2013 Disability Project

2012 Canadian Study


2011 Dabigatran

2011 New York University Study

2010 CADASIL Diet

2008 Dental Study

2006 Donepezil (Aricept)

Other CADASIL studies which are located at clincialtrails.org

Imaging Study of Neurovascular Coupling in Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy With Subcortical Infarcts and Leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL) (NEUROVASCAD) (Feb 2014)

Generation of a Cellular Model of CADASIL From Skin Fibroblasts

WHAT IS A RESEARCH STUDY?
A research study is a scientific way to improve or develop new methods of health care. Studies are designed to answer specific questions on how to prevent, diagnose, or treat diseases and disorders. Many types of research studies exist. For example, clinical trials test new medicines or devices. Other studies use interviews or surveys too understand health or behavior.  

WHY ARE RESEARCH STUDIES IMPORTANT?
Research studies are important because they contribute to knowledge and progress on diseases and disorders. Research is the fastest and safest way to find treatments that work.   (http://www.researchregistry.pitt.edu)

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