Consider Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are important research studies that evaluate novel treatment options prior to their widespread implantation. They are the principal methods researchers utilize to cultivate new treatment options for those afflicted with pancreatic cancer, and they can offer patients wholly new, sometimes radical, treatment options. Patients who enroll in such programs often enjoy the benefits of highly monitored promising new drugs, and cutting-edge courses of treatment.

Finding Clinical Trials: To search for a clinical study near you, the Rolfe Foundation encourages you to utilize the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Clinical Trials Search Function.

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If you live in the northeast, or have the ability to travel there, the Rolfe Foundation has particularly close ties to the work conducted by the excellent physicians of the Sydney Kimmel Comprehensive Care Center at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.