Inhale for Life: Clinical Trials

A clinical trial might be your best treatment option. Watch the videos to find out why.

Clinical trials are a critical tool in the development of new preventive, diagnostic, and treatment methods for cancer. The treatment options available today would not have been possible without clinical trials and the patients who participated in them.

For eligible patients with lung cancer, clinical trials may also be an effective treatment option. Hear from people with lung cancer who have benefited from clinical trials in our Inhale for Life: Clinical Trials series. Then talk to your doctor about whether a clinical trial is right for you.

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Bobbi's story
Bobbi's story

Jill's story
Jill's story

Linnea's story
Linnea's story

Patty's story
Patty's story

Background from Dr. Raja Flores
Dr. Raja Flores

 

Clinical trials can be an important piece of a lung cancer patient’s treatment journey.

The Inhale for Life: Clinical Trials campaign was supported in part by grants from Amgen Oncology, Bristol-Myers Squibb, EMD Serono, and Genentech.


Clinical Trial Resources

Explore Clinical Trials

Explore clinical trials

Find out whether a clinical trial makes sense for you. Our website has detailed information about what to expect in a clinical trial. You can also download and read our Clinical Trials booklet and get a helpful list of questions to ask your doctor.

Find a Clinical Trial

Scientific and Clinical Roundtable

Wondering how to find a clinical trial? There are more clinical trials now for people with lung cancer than ever before. Our Clinical Trial Finder makes it easier to find lung cancer clinical trials that match your individual situation. We also work with EmergingMed's clinical trial matching service.

Clinical Trial Ambassadors

Clinical Trial Ambassadors

Looking to talk to someone who has been there? You can get matched with a LUNGevity Clinical Trial Ambassador. These volunteers are available to offer information about their personal experiences with clinical trials to fellow lung cancer patients who are considering this treatment option.

 

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