Clinical Trials

Clinical trials

Clinical trials are a type of research that focuses on the development of new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. These are highly structured and controlled studies. They are closely reviewed and monitored. Most importantly, they are completely voluntary. The goal of clinical trials is improve the care and quality of life of cancer patients. Clinical trials are carefully thought out, based on years of research and analyzed through a variety of laboratory methods and models. The most promising research progresses to clinical trials. Today’s standard therapies began as clinical trials. They are the way we learn whether a drug or agent that worked well against cancer in the laboratory will work in actual cancer patients.  That is the purpose of clinical trials. 

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