Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are an often misunderstood avenue for cancer treatment.  These are a few Frequently Asked Questions about how clinical trials work.

Upon diagnosis, you and your physician should discuss whether or not a clinical trial is a good option for you. Below are some resources to locate clinical trials for lung cancer.

Clinical Trial Resources

Centerwatch Clinical Trials Listing Services

Listing of clinical trials, including trials sponsored by drug companies.

ClinicalTrials.Gov

ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world.

G1 Therapeutics Cancer Trials

G1 Therapeutics is enrolling two studies for patients with Small Cell Lung Cancer.

National Cancer Institute Clinical Trials

Search NCI’s list of 12,000+ clinical trials now accepting participants.

The Center for Information & Study on Clinical Research Participation

This is a free service designed to help people find clinical trials that are relevant to their needs.

Click here to see our Clinical Trial FAQs

 

Start your clinical trials search:

  • Find clinical trials by using our new search tool below, powered by trusted partner Antidote.
  • Enter “lung cancer” then specific demographic data (such as city / distance / age).
  • Click “Next” to find appropriate clinical trials via Antidote.

 

 

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