Step 1: Organize Your Diagnosis and Medical History Information.
Don’t worry, you do not need to organize your entire medical history. But gathering key information about your diagnosis, test results and treatment history will make the process of identifying and enrolling in a clinical trial easier. Click here to use our Medical Record Checklist and get started.
Step 2: Find Promising Clinical Trials.
You can use Cure-Hub.org’s Clinical Trial Finder to search for trials that are currently enrolling new patients. The search engine returns trials for treatments that are intended to slow or reverse cancer progression. Click here to learn more about Using The Clinical Trial Finder.
Step 3: Contact The Clinical Trial.
It can be difficult to figure out how to enroll in a clinical trial. Cure-Hub.org’s Clinical Trial Finder makes it easy to identify the contacts for each trial. Click here for a step-by-step guide on Contacting a Clinical Trial.
Step 4: Share Trial Information With Your Doctor.
Doctors are often very enthusiastic about exploring clinical trial options and can partner with you throughout the process. Once you have contacted a clinical trial you will need the help of your physician to complete the enrollment process. Click here for our guide to Talking About Trials With Your Doctor.
Step 5: Share Your Experience With The Cancer Community.
Every trial listed in the Clinical Trial Finder has a discussion tab where you can leave comments. The Cure-Hub community would love to hear about your experience. Add information that others might find interesting, or just contribute your well wishes!