Current Clinical Trials
Disclaimer: The list of current Clinical Trials is for information purposes only. The list is not intended to be exhaustive; there may be other ongoing Clinical Trials. In all instances, please discuss with your Physician and Health Care Provider, as they are best to advise a patient on the treatment plan.
Understanding Types of Clinical Trials:
Neo-Adjuvant Trials: These are trials for a therapy, prior to definitive surgery
Adjuvant Trials: These are trials for a therapy, after surgical treatment, when the cancer has been removed, and there is no evidence of metastatic disease.
First-Line Trials: These are trials for a therapy at the first recurrence
Second Line Trials: Trials for a therapy at the second recurrence
Third Line Trials: Trials for a therapy at the third recurrence
Maintenance Trials: These trials test a therapy, after completion of a line of therapy, usually first-line, to see if it prevents relapse
Surgery Trials: These trials test a new surgical procedure
Diagnostic Trials: These are trials to test a new diagnostic methodology
Symptomatic Therapy Trials: These trials test a therapy for the control of symptoms associated with the disease or with a therapy
Radiotherapy Trials: These trials test out a new methodology in delivering radiation treatment
Brain Metastasis Trials
Last updated - September 2012