Do any of these statements describe you?
- I am looking for the most current treatments for my condition.
- I have tried all of the current suggested treatments for my condition.
- I want to help find cancer answers.
- I want to help myself and others.
If one or more of these statements sounds like you – and you meet all of the eligibility requirements – then you could be someone who participates in a clinical trial at WVU.
How can you participate?
If you are considering participating in a clinical trial, ask your physician or healthcare professional these questions:
- Is there a clinical trial available for treating my condition?
- What other treatment options exist?
- What are the benefits of a trial?
- What are the risks of a trial?
- What costs are involved?
- What medications or treatments will be used?
- How often is treatment given during the trial?
- How long will the trial last?
- Does my physician support the clinical trial?
- How will the results of the clinical trial be made public?
- Are there extra visits or a lot of additional traveling?
Need more information?
If you would like to know more about cancer clinical trials, please visit the National Cancer Institute website at: http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials.
Additionally, you may search for any clinical trial at: http://clinicaltrials.gov/.