Autoimmune disorders are a group of medical conditions that occur when the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys healthy body tissue. They can affect any part of the body and range from mild to life-threatening. Examples of autoimmune disorders include type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, psoriasis, and celiac disease. Researchers are studying the causes of autoimmune disorders to develop better treatments and prevention strategies. A variety of risk factors have been identified, including genetic predisposition, environmental triggers, and viral infections. Studies have also suggested that certain lifestyle factors, such as smoking, poor nutrition, stress, and lack of exercise, can increase the risk of developing an autoimmune disorder.
To further understand autoimmune disorders, researchers are studying the body’s immune system and its ability to recognize and respond to foreign substances. This includes looking at how the immune system functions and how it can be disrupted. Scientists are also investigating how the body responds to infections, allergens, and other environmental triggers. In addition, researchers are studying the genetics of autoimmune disorders to develop better diagnostics and treatments.
KlinEra’s unique CRC model offers regional CRCs in the same city for each site. The utilization of these resources allows proactive study planning, start-up and patient recruitment which needs proper assessment and time for conducting Autoimmune Disorders trial. Regional CRCs supports the Autoimmune Disorders study team from the site in attaining enrolment targets and timelines.
The team here in KlinEra boasts of following specialized standard processes and services needed to execute Autoimmune Disorders trial.