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Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are an important form of clinical research. We advise patients to learn about available clinical trials as soon as possible after a diagnosis is made. This allows patients to consider the most possible options while working with physicians to plan treatment.

Learn about the clinical trial process and which clinical trials are being conducted at the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center.

When to Participate in a Clinical Research:

We invite you to ask your physician or any of our research coordinators about our current clinical trials. It is advisable to learn about available clinical trials as soon as possible after a diagnosis is made. This provides you the most possible options to consider while working with your physicians to plan your treatment. Many trials have restrictions that may limit patient involvement after they have started one form of therapy or another. However, due to the number of clinical trials available at Johns Hopkins, we frequently have clinical research options for patients in all stages of their disease.

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