About Our Clinical Trials News Feeds

ClinicalTrialsFeeds.org provides a lightweight RSS wrapper for US National Institutes of Health Clinical Trials search data. It is designed to complement the authoritative Clinical Trials database maintained by the NIH and the National Library of Medicine at the ClinicalTrials.gov site.

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All information provided here is sourced directly from this US Government database — its content is not altered in any way. Moreover, no Clinical Trials information is cached locally at this site: all results are returned on-the-fly directly from the US government database, so you can be assured you will always receive the most up-to-date information available. The processing date is displayed on every page of Clinical Trials information. Please see any individual page of Clinical Trials information for details on the person or entity responsible for that page of information. (There are no separate editors and no separate authors from ClinicalTrialsFeeds.org involved in the production or delivery of any Clinical Trials information page.)

The intended audience of this service echoes that of the US government’s Clinical Trials database, the purpose of which is to provide “patients, family members, health care professionals, and members of the public easy access to information on clinical trials for a wide range of diseases and conditions”.

The service is completely free.

The RSS Clinical Trials News Feed service was originally created as a programming project by Dr Greg Mulhauser at Mulhauser Consulting, Ltd. in 2006 and was provided as a public service. The site was acquired in 2014 by Andrew Irwin. The site uses contextual advertising from Google AdSense; we welcome your feedback on how advertising impacts on your use of the site. The site receives no funding or other support except for the site owner’s time and advertisements placed by third parties — for example, via Google AdSense.

The information provided here is intended to support and complement, not replace, the relationship between patient and physician, and all Clinical Trials information provided here is subject to the US Government’s Terms and Conditions for Use.

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