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Colon Cancer Clinical Trials

Colon Cancer Clinical Trials

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Clinical Trials for Colon Cancer Treatments

Clinical Trial Patient For decades, Regional Cancer Care Associates has been at the forefront of colon cancer treatments. Today, we conduct more than 300 advanced clinical trials, giving you access to cutting-edge treatments and procedures that someday may bring new hope to colon cancer patients around the world. Search our database of clinical trials, or speak with your RCCA cancer specialist to see if a colon cancer clinical trial is right for you.

What Are Clinical Trials?

Over the past several decades, death rates from colon cancer have been declining, and this is due in large part to clinical trials. In a nutshell, clinical trials are meticulously designed research studies that determine the effectiveness and safety of a particular medical strategy, treatment or device. Because they’re used for research, these trials follow strict scientific standards to produce reliable and repeatable results. If the clinical trial is deemed successful, new drugs and treatments for colon cancer will become available to the general public.

Why Should I Enroll in a Colon Cancer Clinical Trial?

Treatment methods and medications are constantly being developed, and as a colon cancer patient, you will have access to the latest innovations when you enroll in a clinical trial. If you’re hesitant about becoming involved in a clinical trial, consider these factors:

  • Clinical trials put your safety first. All clinical trials are strictly regulated. In addition to your physician, a team of scientific experts and an institutional review board will continuously monitor trial protocols to help ensure your safety.
  • Clinical trials require informed consent. Before entering into a clinical trial, you will be briefed on every aspect, including the trial’s purpose and all possible risks and benefits. After learning about the trial, you can decide whether to continue.
  • Clinical trials reduce your cost of care. The company sponsoring the colon cancer clinical trial will cover the cost of care, so you don’t have to.

Colon Cancer Clinical Trials at RCCA

Do you want to participate in a clinical trial for colon cancer treatment? Ask your RCCA cancer care specialist if you’re a good candidate. Schedule an appointment at your nearest RCCA location today.

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If you have any questions or are interested in participating in one of our Clinical Trials, please take note of the associated protocol number and contact our team at (201) 518-3587, or email us at email.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (844) 346-7222. You can also schedule an appointment by calling the RCCA location nearest you.

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