Cancer clinical trials

To developing new methods to prevent, detect, and treat cancer. It is through clinical trials that researchers can determine whether new treatments are safe and effective and work better than current treatments. Cancer clinical trials have led to scientific advances that have increased doctors' understanding of how and why tumor’s develop and grow. This knowledge has helped doctors make progress in preventing cancer, diagnosing cancer, slowing or stopping the development of cancer, and finding cancers that have come back after treatment.

  • Treatment trials
  • Prevention trials
  • Screening trials
  • Quality-of-life/supportive care/palliative care trials
  • Signs & Symptoms
  • Diagnosis of CML
  • Risk factors
  • Treatment & Drugs

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