Have questions or looking for information on Clinical Trials
- Clinical trials are scientific studies designed to find better ways to treat cancer, detect cancer, prevent cancer, and manage symptoms and side effects.
- Improved survival and quality of life for today’s colon cancer patients are the result of clinical trials.
- Clinical trials are often conducted at the best medical institutions in the country. Participation in clinical trials might help grant you access to some of the leading oncologists and facilities.
- We recommend talking to your doctor about clinical trials soon after diagnosis.
- The National Cancer Institute has an outstanding web resource for general clinical trial info and a place to search for trials that may be right for you. There is also a helpful video guide that will teach you how conduct an effective search.
- If you have any questions about clinical trials email us, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the NCI at 1-800-4-CANCER to speak with a qualified person.
Are you at Risk For Colorectal Cancer?
- 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths for men and women combined
- Colonoscopies not only discover cancer, but can also stop cancer
- 50% of Americans still do not get colonoscopy reimbursement
- Colon cancer research is still vastly under-funded
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