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Clinical Trials

Browse cancer clinical trials at Adventist HealthCare.

What’s a Clinical Trial?

A clinical trial is a research study that tests a new medical device, medication or other therapy before it’s widely available. The study is done to see if the treatment works safely. The results of the study help researchers learn better ways to prevent, detect or treat cancer.

Should I Participate in a Clinical Trial?

When you take part in a clinical trial, your health may improve from the treatment. But it may not, and you may have side effects. Talk to your doctor about the potential risks and benefits.

Expert Researchers

At Adventist HealthCare, your clinical trial will be led by a team of specialists made up of doctors, clinical research nurses, research associates and assistants who do more than 65 cancer studies each year.

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  • CERTINIB with Low-fat Meal

    Study to assess the systemic exposure, effiacy, and safety of 450 mg ceritinib taken with a low-fat meal and 600 mg ceritinib taken with a low-fat meal.

  • PALLAS

    Study evaluating the addition of 2 years of palbocicilib to standard adjuvant endocrine therapy for patients with HR+/HER2 early breast cancer (EBC).

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