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About BreastCancerClinicalTrial.org

BreastCancerClinicalTrial.org is designed to help raise awareness about clinical trials for those affected by breast cancer, and alert patients whose specific conditions are a match with clinical trials in our database. BreastCancerClinicalTrial.org is intended for U.S. audiences only.

Who Can Use BreastCancerClinicalTrial.org?

  • 18-80 years old

    Women between the ages of 18-80

  • Diagnosed with breast cancer

    Patients who have been diagnosed with any stage and type of breast cancer

  • Undergoing treatment

    Patients currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer

Clinical trials seek to measure the efficacy of new drug and device treatments for medical conditions including breast cancer. BreastCancerClinicalTrial.org seeks to connect diagnosed breast cancer patients with clinical trial sites in their local area, whose clinical trials they may qualify for based on initial pre-screening questions. If no qualifying local trial is currently available, we will alert you if and when a trial that matches your conditions is added to our database. All pre-screen answers are strictly confidential and data is used only for the purpose of matching you with breast cancer clinical trials. Please see our privacy policy for more information.

Clinical Trials for Breast Cancer

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Thanks, in part, to increased public awareness of the disease, there are an unprecedented number of clinical trials devoted to identifying effective treatment methods for breast cancer. That said, with hundreds of clinical trials taking place at any given time, finding the right one for you is often a challenge. Factors that determine whether a given trial is a “fit” include age, the type and stage of the disease, location, previous medication usage and more.

BreastCancerClinicalTrial.org gives you the ability to find clinical trials in your area that you may qualify for. You’ll be asked a handful of questions—which take about 30 seconds to answer—to determine your eligibility.

In the event that no applicable studies are found in your area, you’ll have the option to keep your contact information on file with BreastCancerClinicalTrial.org so that you can be contacted when one or more studies become available.

To see if you qualify for breast cancer clinical trials in your area, click below.

Facts About Clinical Trials

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There are currently hundreds of clinical studies available for breast cancer patients in the United States. Studies are available for people afflicted with all types and stages of breast cancer.

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Patients involved in clinical studies generally do somewhat better than people who are not enrolled, regardless of whether the experimental treatment works.

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Most clinical trials provide study medications and trial-related medical care at no cost. Many reimburse travel costs and provide compensation to participants.