A detailed guide on cancer clinical trials:
Clinical trials are experimental studies that are conducted on patients. In these trials, new treatment plans, therapies, drugs, and diagnostic procedures are tested out on patients to conclude whether these treatment methods are effective and safe or not.
These experiments help scientists in finding new treatments for cancer, new diagnostic tests, methods with which cancer can be prevented and new ways to manage the side effects and symptoms of cancer from these treatments.
Clinical trials enable experts to answer questions such as:
How effective the new drug is? Which cancers can be treated with these methods? Can the condition of people every age improve due to this test?