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Understanding Proton Therapy

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

You Are Not Alone

See stories from people who have been there before.

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Understanding the Gamma Knife Procedure

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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What is Plus Therapeutics?

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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A Spotlight on GT Medical Technologies: Podcast Episode 08 with Shane Brown

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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Myofascial Release Therapy: A Promising Complementary Approach for Brain Cancer Patients

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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Seeking a Second Opinion (Patient Story)

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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What is GammaTile Therapy?

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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A view of the homepage of clinicaltrials.gov

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How To Find Clinical Trials Using ClinicalTrials.gov

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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Advocating for a Patient's Rights

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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M: Clinical trials 101

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Medical - Exploring Options

Medical: Alternate Treatments (Outside SOC)

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Treatments and Trials: What To Know?

Clinical trials are crucial to finding more treatment options for brain tumor patients. If your loved one wants to consider participating in a clinical trial, it is important to discuss this early on with your medical team as the treatment plan could determine if they are eligible.

When determining a treatment plan, be sure to ask questions so that all involved feel comfortable and secure with the decisions being made.

First-Person: Dr. Simon Khagi Explains Clinical Trial Participation

Dr. Khagi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of North Carolina, Director of the UNC Neuro-Oncology Program, and the Director of the UNC Brain Metastases Program. He breaks down what it means to be part of a clinical trial and why these trials are so important to the future of brain tumor treatment.

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