Clinical Trials Transparency

Genetic lifesciences works to ensure that access to clinical trial information is publicly available. Using the tabs below, you may access information about Genetic lifesciences's Code of Conduct for disclosing trial results, position on transparency and public access to clinical trials information, and download available clinical study report synopses and lay summaries.

Code of Conduct for Clinical Trial Disclosure

Genetic Lifesciences designs and conducts clinical studies in accordance with ethical principles included in the Declaration of Helsinki, Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines as well as national and international regulatory requirements and applicable laws.As a patient-centric company, genetic lifesciences believes that it is important for researchers, clinical study participants, regulators, and the general public to have access to clinical trial information.  This supports the advance of medical understanding in disease areas, progress in scientific research, patient care development and public health improvement. We have taken a thoughtful approach that strikes a balance between our commitment to sharing data, while safeguarding patient confidentiality and the regulatory process.

Genetic lifesciences adheres to the principles of responsible data sharing laid out by the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). Genetic lifesciences also complies with requirements from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), and with the positions of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) on disclosure of clinical study information and results. Genetic lifesciences publicly shares summarized clinical study results (CSR synopses and lay summaries) for medicines and indications approved in the U.S. and E.U. since January 1, 2015. Patient-level data will be released for clinical trials initiated after July 1, 2015, in which patients provided informed consent to use clinical study data for legitimate academic and non-commercial research.