7 Things You Have to Know About Clinical Trials


1. Why We Need Clinical Trials For Lymphoma

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Clinical trials are extremely important scientific studies that are needed and required to assess new medical treatments, including treatments for diseases such as lymphoma. Learn more about it here.


2. Types of Lymphoma Clinical Trials

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Participation in a trial will depend on many factors, including the motivation for enrolling in a trial, the type of lymphoma, the trials available, and the stage of the lymphoma.


3. Reasons to Participate in a Lymphoma Clinical Trial

Reasons to Participate in a Lymphoma Clinical Trial

There can be benefits to participating in a clinical trial that are available to people with lymphoma. Read more about the possible pros and cons of clinical trial participation here.

4. Questions to Ask Before Participating in a Lymphoma Clinical Trial

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There are several key questions that a participant will want answered before enrolling in a clinical trial.


5. What Happens When a Lymphoma Clinical Trial Ends

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For those considering participating in a lymphoma clinical trial, it is important to understand what happens after the participant is no longer in the study.


6. 11 Current Lymphoma Clinical Trials You Should Know About

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See which current lymphoma clinical trials are available. 


7. Lymphoma Research: 5 Reasons Why We Need Clinical Trials


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Learn more about these five reasons why you might participate in clinical trials.

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