Non-Treatment Trials: Predicting Response to Treatment and Decision Support - Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial Talk

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Not all clinical trials study cancer treatments. Clinical trials also study ways to improve quality of life and reduce side effects, as well as collect information to advance cancer research. These types of trials are called non-treatment, non-therapeutic, non-interventional, or observational studies. We recently introduced the importance of non-treatment clinical trials. Here we continue our series on different types of non-treatment trials.

When faced with cancer or a change in how your cancer is responding to treatment, you may have decisions to make with your doctor about what to do next. This month, we are highlighting trials that study ways to guide treatment decisions and predict response to treatment. Visit the links below to learn more and find trials on Metastatic Trial Search studying new ways to make decisions about treatment and predict treatment response.

Predicting Response to Treatment
Decision Support

MBC Clinical Trials




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