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.
Find current clinical trials offered by Duke Cancer Institute:
The pediatric cancer program is part of the Duke Cancer Institute. One of only 40 centers in the country designated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as a “comprehensive cancer center,” Duke combines cutting-edge research with compassionate care.
Each new discovery is brought rapidly into the clinic where doctors work to provide patients with the most promising therapies available.
Within the Duke Cancer Institute there is ongoing research into many different aspects of childhood cancer and its treatment, including: