Looking for a Clinical Trial?

A cancer clinical trial is a carefully controlled research study conducted by doctors to improve the care and treatment of cancer patients. The purpose of clinical trials to treat leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, myelodysplastic syndromes or other blood cancers is

To improve treatment options, increase survival and
Improve quality of life.

To find out if you are eligible for a clinical trial, go to the TrialCheckĀ® Web site, a clinical trial search service that offers patients and caregivers immediate access to listings of all lymphoma clinical trials. Answer just a few simple questions and a list of available clinical trials related to your cancer will appear in an easy to read list of search results.

You may also want to visit the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Trials Support Unit, providing resources and information on phase III cancer treatment trials supported by the National Cancer Institute.

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