The publication of study results is a scientific and ethical requirement, as called for by the World Medical Association and the WHO. To be able to assess the pros and cons of treatments or medication, it is necessary to have as complete an overview as possible of the existing and acquired knowledge.
If you or your child are interested in the results of your study, please contact the physicians who supported you during the study. However, it usually takes many months for the results of a study to be published; sometimes even years if the study is designed for a period of several years.
A new European law also requires for the study results to be summarised in a language understandable to non-experts after the end of a study. Such summaries are published in the EudraCT Register (https://www.clinicaltrialsregister.eu/).