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Healthy Females needed! Ages 11 to 29 07-0816
For brain imaging research study on how the brain works with we taste sweets or receive money.  Your participation could help us to develop treatments and preventive measures for anorexia nervosa and obesity
Healthy females 11 to 29 who are right-handed, free of medication with no serious medical condition or permanent metal implants or braces/retainers.
PI: Frank, Guido
  • 720-777-4026
  • imaging.research@childrenscolorado.org
We are looking for Healthy Women to participate in a research study on.....Females, Aging, Metabolism, and Exercise (FAME) 12-1157
To examine the role that female sex hormones play in metabolism, energy expenditure, physical activity and chronic disease.
Healthy women 40-60 who have regular menstrual cycles and using no hormonal contraceptives
PI: Kohrt, Wendy
  • 720-848-6399
  • Kimberly.Harner@ucdenver.edu
Do you have Diabetes? 13-0131
To find the best combination drug treatment for type 2 diabetes
Persons who have had diabetes for less than 5 years and metformin is the only diabetes medication you are taking.
PI: Rasouli, Neda
  • 720-848-7174
  • Bradley.wine@ucdenver.edu
Type 1 Diabetes Research Study 11-0693
To study the effects of an FDA-approved medication on metabolism and blood vessel function.
Person 25-50 with type 1 diabetes who exercise vigorously less than four times per week and have normal blood pressure
PI: Schauer, Irene
  • 720-848-6690
  • Ellen.Lyon@ucdenver.edu
CHILDHOOD and ADOLESCENT MIGRAINE PREVENTION STUDY 12-0776
to test two medicines for migraine prevention in children and teens. We want to see if amitriptyline and/or topiramate are better than placebo (sugar pill) in reducing headache frequency.
Children 8-17 who have migraine headaches
PI: Kedia, Sita
  • 720-777-8588
  • headacheresearch@childrenscolorado.org
Just received VARIVAX, the chickenpox vaccine? 13-2122
Research study looking at the immune response to chickenpox vaccine
Age 12 months to 50 years; able to enroll in study within 10 days of vaccination.
PI: Levin, Myron
  • 303/724-2454
  • nancy.lang@ucdenver.edu
Healthy Women Needed for Cardiovascular Research Study 06-0537
The purpose of this study is to investigate how the menopause transition and the loss of estrogen impacts the health and function of arteries in women.
- Premenopausal women 18-49 years, Perimenopausal women 40-55 years and Postmenopausal women 45-70 years - Non-smokers - Volunteers should NOT be taking Birth Control or Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) or exercising vigorously more than 2 days per week.
PI: Moreau, Kerrie
  • 720-848-6419
  • shape.study@ucdenver.edu
Do You Use a Wood Burning Stove? 13-1740
This study will be evaluating the effects that a wood burning stove has on the quality of the indoor air in your home and your respiratory health.
People who use wood burning stoves for cooking or to heat their homes in the winter.
PI: Meeks, Paula
  • 303-724-2878 or 855-347-6850 (Toll Free)
  • marylou.robinson@ucdenver.edu
Research investigating the influence of a Monopoly Game on Subtle Behaviors 14-0719
This research study plans to learn more about how a stressful game of monopoly will influence subtle behaviors.
To qualify for the study you must be: Between the ages 19-25 Consider yourself Hispanic/Latino Born in the United States Be a non-smoker Have played the game Monopoly before
PI: Cardel, PhD, RD, Michelle
  • 303-724-9050
  • Michelle.Cardel@UCDenver.edu
Looking for HIV-positive individuals to participate in a research study on Lipodystrophy Syndrome 14-1595
We are conducting a study of the relationship of bacteria in the gut to HIV infection. We are interested in finding out whether people who have metabolic diseases such as lipodystrophy (loss of fat tissue) as complications of long term antiretroviral therapy have a different makeup of their gut bacteria. We are therefore seeking volunteers with HIV infection to participate in a study of bacteria in the stool.
-Non-obese HIV positive individuals who are 18-65 years old -Either not currently on antiretroviral therapy (ART naïve or off therapy for 6 months or greater) or on effective ART with documented suppression for 6 months or greater. -We are particularly interested in enrolling subjects with lipodystrophy, but would also like to enroll individuals without lipodystrophy as controls.
PI: Lozupone, PhD, Catherine
  • 303-724-0762
  • christine.griesmer@ucdenver.edu
Looking for HIV-positive and HIV-negative individuals to participate in a research study on smoking and lung disease 13-2986
We are conducting a study to look at lung complications and disease in HIV/AIDS.
-Between 30 and 70 years old -Both HIV-positive and HIV-negative individuals with and without chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) -If HIV-positive, on a stable three-drug ART regimen with undetectable viral load for past 6 months
PI: Campbell, MD, Thomas
  • 303-724-0762
  • christine.griesmer@ucdenver.edu
A Two-Part Multicenter Prospective Longitudinal Study of CFTR-Dependent Disease Profiling in Cystic Fibrosis (PROSPECT) 14-2010
The purpose of this research study is to answer questions about Cystic Fibrosis (CF). CF is a disease that affects the body’s ability to move salt and fluids in and out of the cells of the lungs, intestines, pancreas, and sweat glands. CF is caused by changes (mutations) in a gene that produces a protein called the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR). Some of these mutations cause CFTR to lose all function while other mutations cause CFTR to lose some function. The PROSPECT Study has two parts. In part A of this study, we are trying to answer the questions below:  How is CFTR function different between people with CF and those without CF?  Can you tell something about a person’s level of CFTR function by measuring proteins and other indicators (‘biomarkers’) in blood, sputum, and/or stool?  How much do biomarker levels change when tested at two different times over two weeks?
Part A CORE Study Non-CF Controls Inclusion Criteria 1. Written informed consent (and assent when applicable) obtained from subject or subject’s legal representative. 2. Be willing and able to adhere to the study visit schedule and other protocol requirements. 3. Male or female greater or equal to 12 years of age at Visit 1. 4. Have a body mass index (BMI) of: For subjects greater or equal to 18 years of age: less than or equal to 30 kg/m2  For subjects 12 – 17 years of ≤ 95th percentile 5. Be a non-smoker ≥ 1 year prior to Visit 1 and have ≤10 pack-year history of smoking. PART A Part A CORE Study Non-CF Controls Exclusion Criteria 1. Presence of a condition or abnormality that, in the opinion of the Investigator, would compromise the safety of the patient or the quality of the data. 2. Have at least one known CFTR mutation. 3. First degree relative of a patient known to have CF, unless previous genetic analysis (testing must have included BOTH mutations of the related CF patient) indicates noncarrier status. 4. A history of any clinically significant medical illness or medical disorder that requires ongoing medical therapy, including (but not limited to) cardiovascular disease, neuromuscular disease, hematological disease including bleeding disorders, chronic respiratory disease (including persistent asthma), hepatic or gastrointestinal (GI) disease, neurological disease, neoplastic disease, renal diseases, or endocrine disorders including diabetes. 5. Acute illness requiring any new prescription or over-the-counter treatment within 14 days prior to Visit 1. 6. Major or traumatic surgery within 12 weeks prior to Visit 1. 7. Loose watery stools more than three times a day lasting more than 24 hours within the two weeks prior to Visit 2. 8. For women of child-bearing potential: a positive pregnancy test at Visit 1. 9. Initiation of any new chronic therapy within 28 days prior to Visit 1. 10. Use of an investigational agent within 28 days prior to Visit 1.
PI: Sagel, Scott
  • 720-777-2945
  • Meg.Anthony@childrenscolorado.org
Cognitive Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease 10-0771
This research study plans to use simultaneous brain scans and memory tasks to see if stimulating certain areas of the brain improves thinking and memory. This is not a treatment study
Healthy males over 50 with Parkinson's disease on stable doses of medication and have no metal in the body (dental work may be ok).
PI: Kluger, Benzi
  • 303-724-5973
  • isabelle.buard@ucdenver.edu
EFFECTS OF TESTOSTERONE THERAPY IN YOUNG ADOLESCENTS WITH KLINEFELTER SNDROME (47.XXY) 11-0874
This study will study the effects of testosterone therapy on behavior, mood, problem solving, attention span, and motor skills in adolescent males with Klinefelter syndrome in early puberty. During this period in early puberty there is a lot of variability in how and when doctors start testosterone therapy. This study will evaluate if there are benefits to starting testosterone therapy in early puberty.
Participants with Klinefelter syndrome in early puberty (around age 10-15).
PI: Tartaglia, Nicole
  • 720-777-8361
  • susan.howell@childrenscolorado.org
Are you interested in a supervised weight loss intervention? 12-1352
Volunteers needed for a research weight loss study to examine the neuronal and behavioral changes that occur with different weight loss interventions.
- 21-65 years old - Non- smoker - Non- Diabetic - Exercise no more than 1 time a week - Maintained your current weight for the last 6 months - Have a body mass index of 30 -40 (check it out at http://nhlbisupport.com/bmi/
PI: Cornier, Marc
  • 303-724-9024
  • mailto:allison.hild@ucdenver.edu
Are you a Parkinson's patient not requiring symptomatic treatment with drugs? 13-2808
This research study explores the effects of an FDA approved drug on Parkinson's disease.
Recently diagnosed Parkinson's patients who are not taking any drugs for symptomatic relief or are willing to go off drugs for the duration of the study with neurologist approval. We are also looking for healthy control participants.
PI: Freed, Curt
  • 303-724-6015
  • Mary.wang@ucdenver.edu
The Health Influences in Puberty "HIP" study 07-0988
Research study about puberty and risk for type 2 diabetes
Healthy boy between 11 and 13 years of age Healthy girl between 9 and 11 years of age
PI: Kelsey, Megan
  • 720-777-6148
  • allison.hilkin@childrenscolorado.org
Volunteers with Alzheimer’s Disease Needed for Memory Study 12-1273
To examine the safety and efficacy of the study drug, Sargramostim (Leukine®), on memory in adults with Mild-to-Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease.
1. Age 55 to 85 years; 2. Should have a mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's Disease diagnosis (Mini-Mental State Examination 10-26 inclusive); 3. If on anti-dementia treatment should be on stable treatment for at least 2 months (i.e. cholinesterase inhibitor and/or Memantine or Axona); 4. Stable on all other medications for at least 30 days prior to screen; 5. Should be fluent in English; 6. Should be physically able to participate by medical history, clinical exam and tests; 7. Should have a study partner to accompany them to scheduled visits.
PI: Potter, Huntington
  • 303-724-2997
  • joseph.daniels@ucdenver.edu
Healthy Hispanic Female Adults Needed 07-0816
For brain imaging research study on how the brain works with we taste sweets. Your participation could help us to develop treatments and preventive measures for anorexia nervosa and obesity
Healthy females 22 to 29 who are right-handed, free of medication with no serious medical conditions, permanent metal implants or braces/retainers, and are at a healthy body weight.
PI: Frank, Guido
  • 720-777-4026
  • imaging.research@childrenscolorado.org
Do you have high blood pressure? 13-3174
Researchers at the University of Colorado Hospital are conducting a research study to help predict if blood pressure medications will work for you.
Subject must be between 30 and 75 years of age and have a diagnosis of uncontrolled hypertension (high blood pressure).  As part of the study, you may be eligible for free medication and free clinic visits to check your blood pressure
PI: Monte, Andrew
  • 303-724-7871
  • hanna.flaten@ucdenver.edu
T•A•C•I•T - Therapy After Cochlear Implants Using Telemedicine 12-1103
This research plans to learn more about the use of telemedicine as a means of providing therapy to children who have a cochlear implant(s). While Auditory-Verbal Therapy has typically been delivered in person, many people are starting to access therapy over the internet. We are conducting this research to determine if the outcomes of therapy are the same when AVT is delivered in person and via telemedicine.
The TA•C•I•T team is looking for children ages 6 mos.-6 yrs. old who were implanted with cochlear implant(s) before age  3 ½..  Each child will spend nine months in both the in-person and telemedicine condition. The therapist will remain the same throughout the study. Total participation will last 18 months. The child will be tested three times: once when the study starts, and every nine months after that. A qualified study team member will administer speech, listening, and language tests to the child. They will also receive tests to identify how well their auditory area of the brain is developing.
PI: Grigsby, Jim
  • 303.556.5804
  • tacit@ucdenver.edu
Participants with Chronic Kidney Disease Needed for a Research Study about Phosphate 13-0328
We are looking for men and women to participate in a research study examining whether lowering blood levels of phosphate will improve blood vessel function.
We need men and women who:  -are age 40-79 years old; women must be post-menopausal;  -have chronic kidney disease stage 3b or 4 (estimated GFR 15-45 ml/min);  -are not taking phosphate binders;  -do not have high blood phosphate (>5.5 mg/dL).
PI: Jovanovich, Anna
  • 303-724-7790
  • mikaela.malaczewski@ucdenver.edu
Are you interested in a research study of a new investigational birth control patch? 14-1868
We are recruiting women to join a large clinical research study of a contraceptive patch. The patch contains the same type of hormones that are in many birth control pills. The patch is designed to be flexible and is applied onto the skin, just once a week.
• Be sexually active at least once a month • Need to use birth control • Not wish to become pregnant for at least 1 year • Be able to use the patch as your only form of birth control for at least 1 year.
PI: Teal, Stephanie
  • 303-724-5559
  • christina.gavito@ucdenver.edu
ESS-NSPAS Study 14-1808
Bayer HealthCare is sponsoring a medical research study to look at the effectiveness of Essure after having a procedure (NovaSure) that decreases your heavy menstrual bleeding. Both Essure and NovaSure are approved by the FDA. This study is enrolling patients now and you may qualify to participate.
Are you currently using the Essure method of contraception? Are your periods heavy, frequent or prolonged? One important prerequisite is - you must have had a successful Essure placement AND be willing to undergo a NovaSure endometrial ablation, a treatment option for heavy menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia).
PI: Tocce, Kristina
  • 303-724-5559
  • christina.gavito@ucdenver.edu
Do you suffer from scalp psoriasis? 14-1577
We are researching a new drug that may help with your scalp psoriasis. We invite you to participate in a research study testing a novel therapy in scalp psoriasis.
To qualify for this study, you must be an adult 18 years of age or older, and you must be diagnosed with moderate to severe scalp psoriasis (for at least six months).
PI: Armstrong, April
  • 720-848-3607
  • psoriasiscolorado@ucdenver.edu
Would you like to volunteer for a research study? 14-1561
Your participation in this study will help the researcher to understand more about cervical cancer prevention among Hispanic women who have Mexican and Mexican-American cultural values.
English speaking female, who was born, and currently lives, in the U.S., has had a pap smear, is between the ages 21-50 years old, and self-identifies as Mexican or Mexican-American.
PI: Warren, Dulce
  • (720) 445-5623
  • dulce.warren@ucdenver.edu
Are you interested in learning more about daily blood sugar changes in your child? 14-0960
Looking for children and young adults interested in learning about day-to-day blood sugar changes.
Participants must be between 10-25 years old without known diabetes.
PI: Chan, Christine
  • 720-777-4354
  • tim.vigers@childrenscolorado.org
Volunteers with Chronic Kidney Disease needed for a Uric Acid Lowering Research Study 10-0625
To understand the effect of lowering serum uric acid levels on vascular function in individuals with CKD by comparing Allopurinol therapy and a placebo.
Persons 18+ with moderate chronic kidney disease (CKD stage III) with estimated glomerular filtration rates  between 30-60 mL/min/1.73m2
PI: Jalal, Diana
  • 303-724-2275
  • Emily.decker@ucdenver.edu
Research Study: "Anxiety Risk in Teens" 12-0424
To learn more about risk factors for anxiety in adolescents with cyclic vomiting syndrome.
Adolescents 13-18 who have been diagnosed with either an anxiety disorder or cyclic vomiting syndrome
PI: Tarbell, Sally
  • 720-777-6255
  • sally.tarbell@ucdenver.edu
Are you interested in learning about how your breast milk helps your baby grow? 12-0629
To find out how maternal size and diabetes status affect her breast milk To find out what unique parts of breast milk may affect how infants grow. To learn how to ensure infants receive the best nutrition possible
Women 20-35 who are at least 28 weeks into their pregnancy and planning on exclusively breastfeeding their infant for at least 4 months and delivering at University of Colorado Hospital.
PI: Krebs, Nancy
  • 303-724-3972
  • catherine.chartier-logan@ucdenver.edu

​Additional Clinical Trails

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NSABP B-31 A RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF ADRIAMYCIN AND CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE FOLLOWED BY TAXOL (AC-T) TO THAT OF ADRIAMYCIN AND CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE FOLLOWED BY TAXOL PLUS HERCEPTIN (AC-T+H) IN NODE-POSITIVE BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WHO HAVE TUMORS THAT OVEREXPRESS HER2
Nicole, Kounalakis00-236
SWOG N9831 PHASE III TRIAL OF DOXORUBICIN AND CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE (AC) FOLLOWED BY WEEKLY PACLITAXEL WITH OR WITHOUT TRASTUZUMAB AS ADJUVANT TREATMENT FOR WOMEN WITH HER-2 OVEREXPRESSING NODE POSITIVE OR HIGH-RISK NODE NEGATIVE BREAST CANCER
Anthony, Elias00-954
PACTG 1020-A, PHASE I/II OPEN LABEL PHARMACOKINETIC AND SAFETY STUDY OF A NOVEL PROTEASE INHIBITOR (BMS 232632) IN COMBINATION REGIMENS IN ART NAIVE AND EXPERIENCED HIV-INFECTED INFANTS, CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. Version 6
Elizabeth, McFarland00-958
GOG#184 - A RANDOMIZED PHASE III STUDY OF TUMOR VOLUME DIRECTED PELVIC PLUS OR MINUS PARA-AORTIC IRRADIATION FOLLOWED BY CISPLATIN AND DOXORUBICIN OR CISPLATIN, DOXORUBICIN AND PACLITAXEL FOR ADVANCED ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA
Saketh, Guntupalli01-101
A RANDOMIZED PHASE II CHEMOPREVENTION STUDY OF ILOPROST VERSUS PLACEBO IN PATIENTS AT HIGH RISK FOR LUNG CANCER
Robert, Keith01-279
A STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS AND TOLERABILITY OF WEEKLY RIFAPENTINE/ISONIAZID FOR THREE MONTHS VERSUS DAILY ISONIAZID FOR NINE MONTHS FOR THE TREATMENT OF LATENT TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION [TBTC STUDY 26]
Edward, Gardner01-284
AUTOLOGOUS PAP-LOADED DENDRITIC CELL VACCINE (APC 8015, PROVENGE) IN PATIENTS WITH NON-METASTATIC PROSTATE CANCER WHO EXPERIENCE PSA ELEVATION FOLLOWING RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY IN RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED, DOUBLE-BLIND TRIAL
Michael, Glode01-348
CHOLESTEROL AND ANTIOXIDANT TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH THE SMITH-LEMLI-OPITZ SYNDROME (SLOS)
Ellen, Elias01-410
A PHASE II STUDY OF ADJUVANT STI571 (GLEEVEC) THERAPY IN PATIENTS FOLLOWING COMPLETELY RESECTED HIGH-RISK PRIMARY GASTROINTESTINAL STROMAL TUMOR (GIST)
Martin, McCarter01-879
ANBL0032 PHASE III RANDOMIZED STUDY OF CHIMERIC ANTIBODY 14.18 (CH 14.18) IN HIGH RISK NEUROBLASTOMA FOLLOWING MYELOABLATIVE THERAPY AND AUTOLOGOUS STEM CELL RESCUE
Brian, Greffe01-932
RTOG 96-01 A PHASE III TRIAL OF RADIATION THERAPY WITH OR WITHOUT CASODEX IN PATIENTS WITH PSA ELEVATION FOLLOWING RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY FOR PT3NO CARCINOMA OF THE PROSTATE.
Rachel, Rabinovitch02-182
DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM OUTCOMES STUDY (DPPOS)
Dana, Dabelea02-498
ACOSOG Z9001: A PHASE III RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND STUDY OF ADJUVANT STI571 (GLEEVEC) VERSUS PLACEBO IN PATIENTS FOLLOWING THE RESECTION OF PRIMARY GASTROINTESTINAL STROMAL TUMOR (GIST)
Martin, McCarter02-607
EFFICACY OF AGGRESSIVE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN-ALDOSTERONE AXIS BLOCKADE IN PREVENTING/SLOWING RENAL FUNCTION DECLINE IN ADPKD
Robert, Schrier02-744
RANDOMIZED EVALUATION OF RECURRENT STROKE COMPARING PFO CLOSURE TO ESTABLISHED CURRENT STANDARD OF CARE TREATMENT - RESPECT TRIAL
Clark, Anderson02-805
A RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, MULTICENTER PHASE III STUDY COMPARING GW572016 AND LETROZOLE VERSUS LETROZOLE IN SUBJECTS WITH ESTROGEN/PROGESTERONE RECEPTOR-POSITIVE ADVANCED OR METASTATIC BREAST CANCER (EGF 30008).
Anthony, Elias03-1030
A CONTINUATION PROTOCOL FOR PI-88 IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED MALIGNANCIES
Sue, Eckhardt03-1250
AALL0031 A CHILDREN'S ONCOLOGY GROUP PILOT STUDY FOR THE TREATMENT OF VERY HIGH RISK ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Roger, Giller03-239
IMPAACT P1026s: Pharmacokinetic Properties of Antiretroviral and Related Drugs During Pregnancy and Postpartum, Version 9.0
Elizabeth, McFarland03-546
PROSPECTIVE MULTICENTER EVALUATION OF THE DURATION OF THERAPY FOR THROMBOSIS IN CHILDREN
Michael, Wang03-585
TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR TYPE 2 DIABETES IN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUTH
Philip, Zeitler03-595
AHOD0031, A PHASE III GROUP-WIDE STUDY OF DOSE-INTENSIVE RESPONSE-BASED CHEMOTHERAPY AND RADIATION THERAPY FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH NEWLY DIAGNOSED INTERMEDIATE RISK HODGKIN DISEASE
Timothy, Garrington03-683
COLORECTAL CHEMOPREVENTION WITH CALCIUM AND VITAMIN D (THE VITAMIN D/CALCIUM POLYP PREVENTION STUDY)
Dennis, Ahnen03-993
CLINICAL CORRELATION AND COST ANALYSIS OF SICKLE CELL PATIENTS UNDERGOING CHRONIC ERYTHROCYTAPHERESES.
Kathryn, Hassell04-0005
A PHASE II MULTICENTER STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF 500 MG OF FULVESTRANT (FASLODEX) AS A FIRST LINE HORMONAL TREATMENT IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH HORMONE RECEPTOR POSITIVE METASTATIC BREAST CANCER.
Virginia, Borges04-0303
Use Of 3,4-Diaminopyridine (3,4-Dap)In The Treatment Of Lambert-Eaton Syndrome (Lems)
Steven, Ringel04-0567
MET FULLY IMPLANTABLE OSSICULAR STIMULATOR
Herman, Jenkins04-0579
ACNS0331: A STUDY EVALUATING LIMITED TARGET VOLUME BOOST IRRADIATION AND REDUCED DOSE CRANIOSPINAL RADIOTHERAPY (18.00 GY) AND CHEMOTHERAPY IN CHILDREN WITH NEWLY DIAGNOSED STANDARD RISK MEDULLOBLASTOMA: A PHASE III DOUBLE RANDOMIZED TRIAL
Nicholas, Foreman04-0625
DOUBLE-BLIND TRIAL OF CHOLINE DURING PREGNANCY AND RISK FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA
Randal, Ross04-0678
A STUDY OF THE EVALVE CARDIOVASCULAR VALVE REPAIR SYSTEM (CVRS) ENDOVASCULAR VALVE EDGE-TO-EDGE REPAIR STUDY
John, Carroll04-0831


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