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Clinical Studies

CSL’s mission is to discover, develop and deliver our innovative therapies to improve the patients’ quality of life. Our scientists and researchers are recognized for their contributions to developing breakthrough medicines that have the potential to help millions of patients worldwide. We are grateful to the patients, volunteers and researchers that participate in clinical trials to help us better understand diseases and improve the future of public health.

Understanding Clinical Trials

A clinical trial is a research study that is done to find out if medical treatments can improve people’s health. A medical treatment can be a drug, medical device, medical procedure, or a change in a person’s behaviour such as diet or exercise. A clinical trial is a research study that is done to find out if medical treatments can improve people’s health. A medical treatment can be a drug, medical device, medical procedure, or a change in a person’s behaviour such as diet or exercise.

Watch this video to find out how clinical trials are structured or check out our FAQs or this Infographic.

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Scientist with vial

Current Clinical Trials

Click the link below to view a full list of our clinical trials which are currently active.

We complete clinical trials according to our Code of Responsible Business Practice

Two Female Researchers Testing Plasma in a Lab

US Investigator-Initiated Studies

US investigator-initiated studies (IIS) advance medical and scientific knowledge of CSL products and the diseases they are designed to treat.

Scientist looking at reports

Our Clinical Conduct

Clinical trials are carefully supervised, monitored, and documented. The applicable regulatory authority must grant approval to conduct testing in humans, and clinical trials are overseen by an independent review or ethics committee.