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Breast Cancer
Clinical Trials

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Breast Cancer research studies

Clinical trials are often viewed as the best treatment option for a late-stage (Stage III or Stage IV) Breast Cancer patient, so it is important you learn about them as a treatment option to help make an informed treatment decision.

Deciding to participate in a clinical research study is a big step. It’s an important choice for you – and it supports the advancement of medical science and the improvement of healthcare for everyone.

or your loved one
may qualify if

  • You’re 18 years of age or older
  • You were diagnosed with Breast Cancer
  • You’re ready to try an investigational treatment for Breast Cancer

Benefits to you if you qualify

100% Free

You’ll receive study-related medical care and medication at no cost. It is 100% free; no insurance is needed.

Experienced doctors

You’ll be monitored by doctors who are experienced in treating Breast Cancer.

New chance

You’ll have odds greater than zero, even if you already tried all existing treatments and nothing worked well.

I want to have more time with my children.

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Note: All information provided will be kept confidential, except when ordered by law, and only accessible to our clinical research study partners, and applicable regulatory agencies.

about breast cancer

Breast Cancer is when cells in the breast tissue begin to grow abnormally. With Breast Cancer, this usually results in a tumor that can be felt as a lump and seen on an x-ray. If left untreated, the cancerous cells can spread to other parts of the body.

Breast Cancer can easily spread to the lymph nodes, which also indicates a higher chance that the cells have spread to other areas of the body. Due to this, finding cancer in a lymph node can affect the treatment plan. However, not all cancer cells spread to other areas, even if they are in the lymph nodes.

Roughly 41,070 people in the United States are killed by Breast Cancer each year. If detected early, it can be treated, but if not, it can spread to other parts of the body and become more difficult to treat. 255,180 people in the United States were diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2017. Most of these were women, but a small amount were men, who can also develop cancer in their breast tissue.

If it is is detected early and treated, it is almost always curable, but if it is not, the cancer can advance and spread to other parts of the body, where it becomes hard to treat and can be fatal.

For treatment, Breast Cancer has many options including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of these, which is typically preferred. Different types of breast cancer can react differently to various treatment options, and your doctor will help decide the best course of treatment.

You have all chances to win!

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About the Studies

The Studies are evaluating an investigational medication of Breast Cancer. These studies will help determine if the investigational medication is safe and effective at curing or slowing the progression of late stage Breast Cancer and when established therapy provided no clinical benefit for patients’ malignancy.

A clinical trial is carefully designed to closely monitor patients’ progress as they go through treatment with an investigational drug, product, device or method of treatment that has not been approved by the FDA. Clinical research studies help find new ways to treat, prevent and diagnose diseases. Today, all medications prescribed by a doctor must first be tested in clinical research studies. Study participants receive close medical supervision and provide valuable feedback on their experiences.

All clinical research studies in the United States are reviewed by the FDA and other governing bodies called Institutional Review Boards, whose job is to make sure participants’ rights are fully protected and that participants are not exposed to any unnecessary risks.

All treatments must go through three phases of clinical research before becoming available to the public:
Phase I
focuses primarily on safety
in a small number
of human volunteers
Phase II
tests the effectiveness of the new
drug on a small number of human
Phase III
usually tests the new drug in comparison with the standard therapy currently being used on a larger number of human volunteers.
Please note there are Phase III studies currently enrolling in the USA

Participating in a clinical trial is voluntary. Participants may choose to discontinue participation at any time. Before you enroll in a trial, a doctor or nurse will clearly explain the study procedures and requirements. This is called informed consent. Doctors are not allowed to enroll patients in clinical trials without first ensuring they understand what their involvement in the trial means. Once you enroll, you may end your participation at any time.

When participating in a clinical trial, participants receive study-related medications and medical monitoring at no cost. Most studies reimburse for travel and logistical considerations. It is important to find out the insurance requirements of any study you want to participate in.

Even if you've tried standard treatments

a clinical trial may offer new options.

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Why Participate?

There are a number of reasons you or your doctor may want to consider participation in a clinical trial, including:

IS your loved one diagnosed
with Breast Cancer?

You can also fill out the
Pre-Qualify form
and let us check if there is a clinical trial available nearby.
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How it works?

1 step
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    Sign up for a study.
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    Submit a short profile by providing basic info about your child and your brief medical history.
  • 2 step
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    See if you pre-qualify.
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    We will check the clinical research studies you pre-qualified or notify you when one becomes available.
  • 3 step
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    Contact you to participate.
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    We will match you to a clinical research study coordinator in your location and you will then have the opportunity to participate.
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    Note: All information provided will be kept confidential, except when ordered by law, and only accessible to our clinical research study partners, and applicable regulatory agencies.