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Upcoming Clinical Trials

Welcome to our Upcoming Trials page, a vital resource for individuals, families, caregivers and supporters of those affected by Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).

Finding effective treatments is crucial to enhancing the quality of life for those with PWS. That’s why we are excited to share the latest information on clinical trials that are paving the way for new therapies and interventions.

On this page, you will find detailed information about ongoing and upcoming clinical trials both in the UK and around the world. These trials are essential in the quest to develop new treatments and improve existing ones. By participating in these studies, patients and families can contribute to ground breaking research that has the potential to transform lives.

What You Will Find Here

  • Current and Upcoming Trials: Stay informed about the latest clinical trials focused on PWS. Each listing includes important details such as the purpose of the study, eligibility criteria, locations, and how to participate.
  • Global Reach: Learn about trials happening not only in the UK but also internationally. Whilst these trials might not be open to UK participants they none the less provide essential information on the progress of potentially ground breaking treatments.
  • Resources and Support: Find helpful resources to guide you through the process of participating in a clinical trial, including tips on what to expect and how to prepare.

International Trials

This link connects you to our sister site in the USA and has a comprehensive list of trials taking place across the USA and beyond. PWS Clinical Trials (

UK Trials

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Stay Updated

We regularly update our website with new trials and important announcements. Bookmark this page and check back often to stay informed about the latest advancements in PWS research.

Together, we can drive progress and bring hope to those living with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Thank you for your support and commitment to our mission.

For more information or to get involved, please contact us at