What is a clinical trial?

Clinical trials are essential to advancing and improving treatment for breast cancer. They are utilized to study the efficacy of a new drug or treatment protocol, to improve supporting services for patients, to explore ways to prevent breast cancer and to discover the best means of screening patients for breast cancer. The information provided below will help you better understand the clinical treatment process, and even presents some opportunities to participate. In addition, this link provides an excellent explanation of clinical trials. Although it is specifically geared toward the I-SPY 2 Breast Cancer Clinical Trial, it offers a great deal of basic information about clinical trials in general.

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