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If you’d like more information on taking part in clinical research, there are a number of online resources you can take a look at. has details of clinical research in over 200 countries. You can search by condition and country for trials that may be relevant to you, but it’s not an easy website to navigate so get in touch if you have any problems.

If you live in the UK, Be Part of Research is also a great place to get information and search for clinical research studies.

You can also speak to your healthcare provider about clinical research that may be of interest to you. Patient community groups also often have this information and may know people who can share their experiences with you.


The more people know about clinical research, how it works, and the benefits it can have for people with similar conditions, the more they are likely to consider taking part in one. So, we think it’s really important that you have all the information you need.

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You’ll probably hear people talking about diversity and inclusion quite a lot. But we want to be clear on what diversity and inclusion means, when it comes to healthcare and clinical research, and why it’s vital for achieving health equity.

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Demand Diversity was created for you. It exists to give you a voice, and to make sure it’s heard. We welcome your help to make this community everything you want it to be.

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Everyone’s experience of living with their condition is unique. Everyone has their own story to tell. That’s why we’ve created a place where you can have your say, free of judgement, and feel part of a community. Together, we can help others feel empowered, supported, and comforted. Read the experiences shared so far.

Hayley’s story

Cheshire, UK

My name is Hayley. I’m from the North West of the UK, and I have ADHD, polycystic ovary syndrome, and chronic hip and knee pain from a serious car accident.

How has your diagnosis impacted your life?
Being diagnosed with ADHD means I’m naturally an out-of-the-box thinker. It also means I’m passionate. It’s why I’m so determined to make sure the patient voice is included in drug development — to make sure clinical research is inclusive and accessible for everyone.

How do you think organisations can be more inclusive?
By listening, really listening, to underserved communities and patients.

What’s one piece of advice you have for other people looking to get involved in clinical research?
Get in touch with Demand Diversity — we can help you understand more about your options.

SABINA’S story


My name is Sabina. I’m from Quakertown, US, and I have a rare condition called Fabry Disease. I’m also a caregiver for someone with Fabry Disease and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. 

How has your diagnosis impacted your life? 
I was diagnosed with Fabry Disease in my teens, which led me to be passionate about educating others on the family-wide impacts of an inherited rare disease. Now, I focus on sharing my unique perspective of living as both a patient and a caregiver. I strive to use my own life experiences, including my involvement and participation in clinical trials, to support patients and industry in order to build bridges and encourage health equity and patient engagement.

Have you ever been involved in clinical research?
Yes! I was a clinical trial participant for 12 years.

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