Web Exclusive: Find a Clinical Trial That's Right for You

Find a trial tailored for you. 

PUBLISHED: 1:00 AM, TUE DECEMBER 9, 2008
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The process of finding a clinical trial requires clear communication between the patient, provider, and research team in a number of areas. But physicians may not have access to every open clinical trial, so patients need the tools to research their own clinical trial options. 

If you’re interested in participating in a clinical trial, use our online search engine to find open trials that may be right for you.

For a comprehensive look at what you need to know about clinical trials, see CURE’s A Patient’s Guide to Clinical Trials.

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