Cancer clinical trials help answer important questions about medical care in an effort to develop new and improved ways to treat all patients with cancer and those who will develop cancer in the future.
Duke offers clinical trials for all stages of breast cancer. These trials include treatments that are only available at Duke, such as breast cancer vaccines, to nationwide trials sponsored by the National Cancer Institute.
Find current clinical trials offered by Duke Cancer Institute:
Duke is involved in a variety of efforts to study why breast cancer arises, ways to prevent it, how to detect it earlier, and how to eradicate the disease once it has formed. A sampling is highlighted below.