Research is an integral part of the mission of Cleveland Clinic Children’s. This article provides an overview of selected clinical studies.
Cleveland Clinic ACNO led a clinical study to determine if changes in a patient’s heart failure signs and symptoms at 90 days affect caregiver burden and quality of life.
Recent therapeutic advances that target the basic genetic defect in cystic fibrosis is proving to be a game changer in treating adult CF.
Cleveland Clinic oncologists are evaluating a genomic test that looks for 236 genes implicated in cancer. A key question the clinical study will try to answer is how well the broad genomic screen works in real-world settings.