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Protocol TN-28

  • Status
    Accepting Candidates
  • Age
    6 Years - 34 Years
  • Sexes
    All
  • Healthy Volunteers
    No

Objective

A multi-center, placebo-controlled, double blind, 2:1 randomized control clinical trial testing low-dose ATG vs. placebo in subjects with a 2 year 50% risk of progression to stage 3 T1D.

Description

This study has an enrollment period of 4 years and once the enrollment phase has concluded, an additional two years of follow-up visits will be conducted for all participants. Participants enrolled in the first year of the study can expect to complete follow-up visits for approximately four additional years if progression to stage 3 (Type 1 Diabetes Onset) does not occur. Participant follow-up visits after the treatment phase of the study includes general assessments (medical history, physical exam, medications and adverse events) and laboratory assessments to determine current health status and glucose tolerance.

Details

Full study title Low Dose Antithymocyte Globulin (ATG) to Delay or Prevent Progression to Stage 3 T1D (TN-28)
Protocol number OCR43359
ClinicalTrials.gov ID NCT04291703
Phase Phase 2

Eligibility

Inclusion Criteria:

  1. Willing to provide informed consent or have a parent or legal guardian provide informed consent when the subject is 5th percentile for age for those under age 18 years and < 30 and > 15 for adults (≥ 18)

  2. ADA Stage 2 criteria* AND at least one of the following high-risk markers (occurring at the same visit) within 7 weeks (52 days) of randomization, defined below (for defining a 2-year 50% risk for progression to Stage 3 T1D): a. HbA1c ≥ 5.7 and

Lead researcher

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    Primary contact

    Michael Haller
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