Clinical Trials 

Clinical trials, also called cancer treatment or research studies, test new treatments in people with cancer. The goal of this research is to find better ways to treat cancer and help cancer patients. Clinical trials test many types of treatment such as new drugs, new approaches to surgery or radiation therapy, new combinations of treatments, or new methods such as gene therapy.


More Information

How to Find a Cancer Treatment Trial


Michigan Cancer Consortium, Clinical Trials

"Clinical Trials and You," National Institute of Health

American Cancer Society Clinical Matching Service


People Living With Cancer

If you are interested in learning more about clinical trials at UP Health System - Marquette, call (906) 225-3500.