Cancer Clinical Trials at MidMichigan Health
Treatment trials for cancer are designed to evaluate the effectiveness of new anticancer approaches, such as new drugs or surgical methods. These methods must undergo three phases of study to determine their safety and effectiveness before the Food and Drug Administration will approve them for use in the general population.
Quality of Life/ Supportive care trials study new methods for improving the comfort and quality of life of cancer patients.
There are also trials involving people who haven't been diagnosed with cancer. These studies attempt to find better screening, prevention and diagnostic methods.
Current Cancer Clinical Trials at MidMichigan
- Breast Cancer
- Colon Cancer