Clinical trials

Clinical trials are carefully controlled research studies that are done to get a closer look at promising new treatments or procedures. Clinical trials are one way to get state-of-the art cancer treatment. In some cases they may be the only way to get access to newer treatments. They are also the best way for doctors to learn better methods to treat cancer.Overall standard of care can be improved with the help of these studies. Side effects are there for all treatment of breast cancer and for some diagnosis tests as well during the clinical trials research trys to figure out the side effects of treatment as well as successful rate of new treatment procedure. Clinical trials are done after the preclinical trials. Preclinical trials are done on mice, and they suggest whether it will be safe for people to exposure a new treatment or not. Security and advantages of new medications can be tested with the help of clinical trials.

  • Track 1-1 Phase of Trials
  • Track 2-2 Cohort and case study
  • Track 3-3 Screening and prevention trials
  • Track 4-4 Pilot study

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