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clinical trial disclosure

What is clinical trial disclosure?

Clinical trial disclosure is making the results of clinical trials available to the public.

The purpose of clinical trials is to test if a new medicine works and if it is safe. The results of clinical trials are described in a report. You can find the reports from LEO Pharma trials on this website.
Why take part in a clinical trial?

People are free to decide if they want to take part in a trial or not. It is important that people taking part in a trial understand why the research is being done and what it will involve.

Are clinical trials safe?

The safety and well-being of the people taking part are placed above all else in a clinical trial.

What is the information from clinical trials used for?

The information from clinical trials helps researchers to answer questions about medicines, diseases, or people’s health.

How is information from a clinical trial kept confidential?

During a clinical trial, personal information about the people taking part is collected.


Thousands of people have participated in LEO Pharma clinical trials. We would like to thank you!

Taking part in a clinical trial is one of the most important ways to support the development of new treatment and advance our understanding of diseases. Our work would not be possible without your participation and we are grateful. 

Sharing the results of our clinical trials with the patients and the public is a natural step. Being open about our data is key to advancing science and leading medical dermatology.
Executive Vice President, 
Global Research and Development