Discover Your Clinical Trial Options
Trying to find a clinical trial for any type of blood cancer can sometimes feel overwhelming, but connecting to clinical trials is now easier than ever. Whether it’s your first time looking, you’ve looked before, or even participated in a trial already, our new clinical trial finder is easy to use, easy to understand, and can connect you to clinical trials near you for your specific blood cancer in just a few minutes.
Why clinical trials?
Clinical trials can offer access to the latest treatments, and help researchers to better understand blood cancer and how to treat it. Blood cancer research is continuously advancing and evolving. Participating in a clinical trial is one way to support and help further this research, while gaining access to new treatment opportunities in addition to standard treatments, complementary, and alternative therapies. No matter where you are in your treatment journey, clinical trials can offer the opportunity to explore new options and help current and future patients in the process.
Check out your blood cancer clinical trial options
You may be wondering, “Is a clinical trial right for me?” It’s important to discuss treatment options, including the possibility of participating in a clinical trial, with one’s doctor or care team.
So go ahead; take the first step and check out your options:
Hear from others about their experience and learn more about trials
Wondering about others’ experiences with clinical trials or what it means to enroll in a trial?
Cherie talks about her experience searching for clinical trials. While finding a trial that she is eligible for can be challenging, she perseveres and comments on the importance of participating in clinical research. Read Cherie's article, An Honest Discussion on the Logistics of Getting Into a Trial.
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Have you or a loved one participated in a clinical trial? What was your experience like? Follow the link to tell us about it after you answer the poll!
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