Welcome to Incyte Clinical Trials
At Incyte, we believe in the power of research to advance scientific innovation and improve patient health. Thanks to the ongoing dedication of the people who participate in our clinical trials, we strive to develop medicines that we expect will make a meaningful difference in the treatment of disease.
This website is designed to educate and support patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals interested in learning more about Incyte clinical trials.
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Are you a Healthcare Professional?
Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) are a trusted source of information for their patients. Patients expect that their HCP can assist them in evaluating the potential benefits and risks of participating in a clinical trial. Click here to learn more about the HCP role in referring patients to clinical trials.
What are Clinical Trials?
At Incyte, we believe in the power of research to help improve health. Clinical trials are a vital part of our discovery process. They allow us to find new ways to support patients, healthcare professionals, and the broader healthcare community. This website lets you explore the different aspects of clinical trials. It also allows you to take a closer look at how Incyte has designed clinical trials to address today’s unmet medical needs.Learn More
What to Expect When Participating in a Clinical Trial
Choosing whether or not to participate in a clinical trial is a decision that millions of individuals make each year. Before making that decision, it is important to learn about clinical trials and what it means to be a trial participant.Learn More
Why Participate in a Clinical Trial?
The decision to participate in a clinical trial is a very personal one—and there are many reasons for participating. People might choose to participate in an effort to help others, to get promising investigational treatments and to have additional care and attention from the clinical trial staff. In all of these cases, the decision to join a clinical trial is about finding answers—and that’s what Incyte clinical trials strive to deliver.Learn More
Clinical Trial Diversity Commitment
Clinical trial results cannot be fully understood by studying only one group of people. Gender, age, race, and ethnicity can each impact how people are affected by disease and how they respond to treatment. In order to advance knowledge about safe and effective treatments in diverse communities, it is important that those communities are represented in clinical trials.Learn More