Brain Tumor Treatment: Considering Clinical Trials

Only a tiny percentage of adult cancer patients participate in clinical trials, research that is the single most important component of medical research. Brain tumor patients have a lot of factors to evaluate when considering joining a clinical trial. Here are four perspectives from the Brains for the Cure video library.

Dr. Edward Pan is a neuro-oncologist at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX.
Tammy Marks is a 5-year glioblastoma survivor and current participant in a clinical trial.
Dr. Roy Jensen is director of the University of Kansas Cancer Center
Dr. Nina Paleologos is Director of Neuro-oncology & Director of Neurology, Advocate Medical Group in Chicago, IL

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