What types of clinical trials are there?

There are several types of clinical trials

•        Prevention trials
•        Diagnostic trials
•        Control trials
•        Chemoprevention trials
•        Screening trials
•        Treatment trials
•        Quality-of-life trials
•        Genetics trials

Clinical trials most of the time are done in 3 phases:

Phase 1        The first phase in normally for trials that are carried out with small numbers of patients to see if the
new treatment or drug is safe or if it has any harmful effects.

Phase 2        The second phase of trials is the testing of the new treatment to see if it is likely to work for a
particular type of cancer. Treatments that get through phase 1 and 2 trials are then allowed to enter phase 3

Phase 3        The third phase of trials tests the new treatment to see if it works better than the standard treatments
that are currently available on the market.

Who is Eligible for these cancer clinical Trial?

Each trial enrolls individuals who have certain aspects of their disease in common. Researcher set certain
parameters so that they can be able to analyze the group data and predict more accurately on clinical trials
effectiveness. Every trial is designed to answer a given set of research questions.  A person need meet those
given standards in order to be eligible for the specific study.


Gracious Lord, I pray for all researchers that are exploring cures in the field of cancer. Lord, grant them wisdom
this day, open their eyes to a new way; all wisdom belongs to you God reveal to them something new and let there
be breakthroughs this day in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen.
God touch all those that sign up for cancer clinical trials. God touch them and let no side effects harm them in
Jesus Mighty Name, Amen.

God I pray for all the funding needed for all the research work, God please provide. Thank you Lord Jesus for
answering us in Your Mighty Name we pray, Amen

What are cancer clinical trials?

Clinical trials are research studies that help find ways to
prevent diagnose or treat illnesses and improve health
care.  When enrolled in these studies, people receive
care that is considered the latest medicine or therapy, but
is not yet approved as standard care. The Cancer Clinical
trials are research studies that test how well new medical
approaches work in cancer patients or people in general.
The study answers specific scientific questions and aims
at finding better ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose, or
treat a cancer. Most of the people who take part in cancer
clinical trials have an opportunity to contribute to
knowledge of, and progress against, cancer. They also
receive up-to-date care and information from experts.
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A Million dollar Clinical Trial

A gift of one million Hong Kong dollars will allow a breast cancer trial, led by the University of Edinburgh, to roll out in China. The gift,
from the W & E Davies Charitable Foundation, will help fund the Supremo trial. The trial will evaluate the effectiveness of radiotherapy
for women who have had a mastectomy. It is run in conjunction with the Breast International Group, which facilitates cooperation in
large breast cancer trials. Visit the link ...
Clinical Trial - University of Edinburgh