A clinical trial is a medical study involving volunteers to develop new treatments, interventions, or tests to detect, treat or manage various diseases and medical conditions.
Some trials examine how people respond to a new treatment and identify possible side effects. This helps us determine how a new treatment works, whether it’s safe, and if it’s better than other treatments that are already available.
Clinical trials might also compare existing treatments, test new ways to use or combine existing treatments, or observe how people respond to other factors that might affect their health, such as dietary changes.
Other trials look at ways to diagnose diseases earlier or how to prevent particular diseases and medical conditions.
Scientists and healthcare professionals rely on the results from clinical trials to make new and better treatments available to those that need them. This is only possible with the help of the people who volunteer to take part in clinical trials. The more people in our clinical trials, the faster new treatments can become available to the community.
We believe every patient with cancer deserves the option of a clinical trial with access to novel, innovative, cutting-edge treatments offered by leading clinical experts.
We’re highly active in clinical research. Treatments that we have today to combat disease and illness wouldn’t be possible without clinical research. Contact us today to find out more about the clinical trials we currently have available.