Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that boosts the immune system’s fighting defenses to help the body destroy cancer cells. Many clinical trials testing new and potentially promising “immunotherapies” are currently enrolling cancer patients in the United States and abroad. To learn more about immunotherapy clinical trials or to find a trial that might be right for you, check out The Cancer Research Institute’s Clinical Trial Finder. Here’s how it works:
- Select a cancer type.*
- Fill out CRI’s simple request form.
- Within 3 business days, you will be emailed a list of trials that you may be eligible for.
- Take the results to your doctor to discuss; contact the clinical trial sites/research teams directly; and/or contact the Clinical Trial Institute at email@example.com for more information or for help interpreting your results.
* Current cancer types include: Brain Cancer; Breast Cancer; Cervical and HPV-Related Cancers; Colorectal Cancer; Leukemia; Liver Cancer; Lung Cancer; Lymphoma; Melanoma; Myeloma; Ovarian Cancer; Pancreatic Cancer; Prostate Cancer; Sarcoma and Bone Cancers; Stomach Cancer.
If your cancer type is not listed, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with information about your cancer type, stage and treatment history, as well as your location. They see if there are any matches.