A clinical trial is a test in humans of an experimental medication or therapy. Clinical trials are experiments, not treatments, and participation requires careful consideration.
Although it's possible to benefit from participating in a clinical trial, it's also possible that no benefit — or even harm — may occur. Keep your MDA clinic  doctor informed about any clinical trial participation. (Note that MDA has no ability to influence who is chosen to participate in a clinical trial.)
For more about clinical trials in general, see Learn About Clinical Studies , and to learn more about trial participation in neuromuscular disease, read the Quest magazine article Being a Co-Adventurer .
For a more refined list of your disease, visit ClinicalTrials.gov , a registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials in the United States and around the world. Select "Search for Clinical Trials," and follow the instructions to narrow down your search results.