Clinical Trials

Finding out there’s a new medication, surgery, device, or other treatment for leukemia can be a relief. But these new treatments only become available to the public because of the people who participate in clinical trials.

You can learn more about clinical trials here on our Clinical Trial Hub below. The information will also help you decide whether participating is right for you.

In addition, the webinar video, “Clinical Trials: A Guide for Leukemia Patients and Caregivers,” addresses how leukemia treatment has been changed by clinical trials, how clinical trials are developed, and factors to think about if you are considering a clinical trial. It is presented by Karen Carlson, MD, PhD, from Medical College of Wisconsin.

How do clinical trials work?

Clinical trial myths

Is a clinical trial right for me?

Diversity in clinical trials

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