Clinical trials are research studies that enroll human volunteers. Without the hundreds of thousands of women who have enrolled in breast cancer clinical trials, we would not have the standard breast cancer treatments that we use today. Clinical trials provide high quality care. By taking part in a trial you may be one of the first patients to get a treatment that will one day be the new standard of care. You will also be helping researchers learn more about which treatments are most effective for different types of breast cancer. Learning about the structure and goals of each of the four phases of the clinical trials process can help you evaluate clinical trial options and determine whether a prevention, diagnostic or treatment trial is right for you.
Learn about the types of clinical trials that are being used to find the breast cancer treatments of tomorrow
These sections of our website may also be helpful:
Here you can learn about the full range of breast cancer treatment options. These options may include clinical trials.
Here you can learn about the phases of clinical trials.
Metastatic Trial Search:
Metastatic Trial search is the first-ever clinical trial search engine designed specifically for people with metastatic breast cancer.