- Starting from the end of February 2022, Almedis makes every effort to ensure the rights and well-being of patients participating in ongoing trials and takes part in the work of ACTO to monitor the situation and find optimal solutions to support clinical trials in Russia.
- A notice of completion in Russia of an international phase 4 IIT comparing different regimens of antithrombotic therapy in pregnant women has been submitted to the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
- The study of comorbidities in patients with chronic viral infection was completed.
- The study to evaluate antibiotic use in children with vaccine-controlled viral infections has started.
- The study to evaluate HIV drug resistance in Russia has started.
- The study of glycemic control in patients with diabetes mellitus completed, database has been closed.
- The study of real data with forecasting trends in oncology has completed.
- The study of the prevalence of oncogenic viral infections among patients at various clinics has completed, database has been closed.
- Patient recruitment completed and data for interim analysis has been prepared in a hemophilia study.
- The study of comorbidities in patients with chronic viral infection has started.
- Phase 1 oncology study has started.
- Results of previously completed study in neurology (treatment of non-specific low back pain) has been published at clinicaltrials.gov.
- ALMEDIS took part in the educational program of the Russian Society of Clinical Oncology (RUSSCO) for young scientists, holding a webinar "Research planning and problem setting"
- The study in oncohematology (multiple myeloma) has started
- The study in oncology (breast cancer) has started
- BE study was carried out
- The study in neurology (treatment of non-specific low back pain) has been completed
- The study of real world data with forecasting trends in oncology has started
- The study of the prevalence of oncogenic viral infections among patients at various clinics has started
- The study of intestinal microflora in newborns has been completed