How Can I Learn About Clinic Trials for Bladder Cancer?

Q:

My mother suffers a lot from chemotherapy for bladder cancer. I want to know if there is any new treatment that she can try. How can I learn about clinic trials for bladder cancer?

A:

There are several websites on which you can learn about clinic trials in detail. They provide information and services to help you learn about those trials and find out whether a trial is right for you or your family.

National Cancer Institute

This website introduces you more than 8,000 cancer clinical trials. And it guides you how to apply one if you think it’s right for your mother.

TrialCheck

TrialCheck is developed by the nonprofit Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups. It enables patients to search for trials based on their disease and location.

ClinicalTrials.gov

On ClinicalTrial. gov, you can see the latest information of locating federally and privately supported clinical trials for cancer.

 

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