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Learn about current clinical trials including study protocol and eligibility. Information is provided through ClinicalTrials.gov.
Families can search for current clinical trials in pediatric cancer. The clinical trials locator tool searches the ClinicalTrials.gov database by cancer type, location, and/or patient age.
Each study record includes information on:
More information on these clinical research studies can be found by visiting ClinicalTrials.gov.
Clinical research to test a new treatment is a long process with many steps. Each step is important for learning if a treatment is effective, safe for patients, and how it compares to current treatments.
View the steps of a clinical trial
Clinical trials are carefully designed research studies to test an experimental treatment. An experimental treatment is one that has not been fully tested to be part of standard medical care.
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