Clinique du motoneurone

University Hospital Gui de Chauliac

The Montpellier ALS center is the referral center for the French region Occitania, a 5.8 Million people area

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University Hospital Gui de Chauliac

The Montpellier ALS center is included in the Department of Neurology of the University Hospital Gui de Chauliac, and is headed by Prof. Dr. William Camu. Established in 1988, the center obtained the national label of ALS center by the Ministry of Health in 2003. On a regular basis, between 500 and 600 patients with motor neuron diseases are in care. Research aspects of the center include epidemiology, phenotype, genetics, biomarkers and clinical trials. The center has participated in all the major trials in ALS since 1989, and conducted a series of pilot trials in ALS. Through national and international collaborations, more than 200 papers have been published by the center in referenced journals.

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Location
Clinique du motoneurone, CHU Gui de Chauliac, 34295, Montpellier Cedex 5, France

Our specialists

William Camu

Professor of Neurology

Dr William Camu graduated as an MD and specialist in Neurology in […]

William Camu
Trials
Recruiting
Phase iii

COURAGE-ALS Trial

Industry trial

In the COURAGE-ALS study, we are investigating the efficacy and safety of the drug ‘reldesemtiv’ for the treatment of ALS. This clinical trial is sponsored by Cytokinetics.

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Recruiting
Phase iii

PHOENIX trial

Industry trial

Amylyx Pharmaceuticals Inc is conducting a phase 3 trial to determine the safety and efficacy of their compound ‘AMX0035’ for the treatment of ALS.

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Active
Phase iii

ADORE trial

Industry trial

Ferrer is conducting a phase 3 trial to evaluate the safety and potential efficacy of an investigational drug for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

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Recruiting
Phase iii

TUDCA-ALS

Investigator initiated trial

This trial will evaluate the efficacy of tauroursodeoxycholic acid (TUDCA) as add-on treatment for people with ALS.

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