Consider a Clinical Trial
Clinical trials can be a first step in treating cancer.
Make a Difference
Learn about more ways to contribute to cancer research.
Why I Participate in Cancer Research
"Cancer doesn’t have to be a death sentence. I’m a testament to that," Vivian said. Learn more about Vivian's journey as a proud member of the Navajo Nation.
"I saw a clinical trial as a chance to get tomorrow's medicine today," he said. Read about Mel's decision to participate in cancer research after being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) in 1995.
“Doctors don’t make advances or have any kind of impact without patients participating in trials." Learn more about Adine and what led her to participate in cancer research.
Results from Cancer Research
Virtual Mind–Body Fitness Classes May Offer Benefits during Cancer Treatment
In a clinical trial, participating in the classes reduced the risk of being hospitalized.
FDA Approves First Immunotherapy Drug for Nasopharyngeal Cancer
In a clinical trial, adding toripalimab to standard chemo extended survival in people with recurrent or metastatic disease.
FDA Approves New Initial Treatment Option for Some Metastatic Prostate Cancers
Enzalutamide–talazoparib combo is approved to treat metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancers with certain gene alterations.