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Choosing to participate in a clinical trial is an important personal decision. An overview of clinical trials is provided below.

Clinical trials are research studies involving people that aim to determine if a new treatment or procedure:

• Is safe
• Has side effects
• Is effective
• Works better than the currently used treatment
• Helps you feel better

There are three different types of clinical trials with each stage having a different purpose:

  • PHASE I is a clinical trial in patients with the primary objective of
       evaluating the safety and tolerability, and sometimes the pharmacokinetics, of
       a drug candidate.
  • PHASE II is a clinical trial in patients with the objective of evaluating the safety
       and preliminary efficacy of a drug candidate.
  • PHASE III is a clinical trial with the objective of evaluating the safety and efficacy
       of a drug candidate. Phase III trials generally involve a larger number of subjects.
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    Additional information on clinical trials can be found on the following websites:

    www.cancerresearchuk.org

    www.clinicaltrials.gov

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