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What are Clinical Trials?

Clinical Trials are research studies where new methods are found to diagnose, treat, and prevent cancer. Clinical trials are a great option if the patient is looking for a different or novel way to treat a specific type of cancer. Patients in any stage of the disease may be eligible, but all patients must meet specific eligibility criteria to qualify for the trials.

When you enroll in a clinical trial, you not only increase your own chances of recovery and treatment but also improve the options for future cancer patients.

Are Clinical Trials right for you?

The Cancer Center of Middle Georgia offers clinical trials for patients that meet eligibility criteria, in keeping with the commitment to offer cutting-edge and novel approaches for treatment and recovery and to advance the field of cancer care.

Inquire with your physician or staff if you are interested in finding out more about ongoing available clinical trials.

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