Clinical trials are an important way to improve treatment for people with cancer. While most are continuing during the COVID-19 pandemic, the period of time that clinical trials are available and recruiting may change quickly. If you would like to get involved in a clinical trial, speak to your treatment team or the health service where the clinical trial is being undertaken, to confirm it is open and appropriate for you. For cancer information and support, call Cancer Council's experienced cancer nurses on 13 11 20 Monday to Friday from 9am-5pm.
This Phase II trial is trying to understand the effect of targeted therapy (tepotinib) in people with advanced non-small cell lung cancer.
Status : Recruiting
This Phase III trial is trying to understand how safe and effective it is to combine targeted therapy (tafasitamab plus lenaliomide) with chemotherapy (R-CHOP) for the treatment of people with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, compared to using chemotherapy (R-CHOP) alone
This Phase I trial is evaluating how safe and tolerable a new cancer drug (ABBV-637) is alone, or in combination with chemotherapy (docetaxel) or targeted therapy (osimertinib) in in people with relapsed or refractory solid cancers
This phase III trial will evaluate the combination of two types of targeted therapy to determine if it will be safe and effective to treat people that have been diagnosed with locally advanced or metastatic non-small cell lung cancer that has progressed (got worse) following previous chemotherapy
This phase III trial is trying to assess whether using a single type of immunotherapy or a combination of two types of immunotherapy will improve survival outcomes for people with renal cell carcinoma that has been surgically removed, when compared to current standard-of-care (active monitoring)
This phase II trial aims to assess the safety of two types of immunotherapy (nivolumab and relatlimab) in combination with chemotherapy, to determine if it will improve survival outcomes for people with untreated Stage IV or recurrent non-small cell lung cancer, compared to using one type of immunotherapy (nivolumab) and chemotherapy for the treatment of people with this type of cancer
This phase III trial is evaluating the effectiveness of TAR-200, an intravesical drug-delivery system that involves administering treatment into the bladder directly, in combination with a targeted therapy in patients with muscle-invasive urothelial bladder cancer who are not receiving surgery to remove the bladder
This Phase III trial is trying to understand how effective a targeted cancer drug (abemaciclib) is in people with early stage HR+/HER2+ breast cancer who are taking hormone therapy after surgery
This phase 3 trial is comparing the effectiveness of concurrent chemoradiotherapy (CCRT) followed by different combinations targeted therapies (nivolumab, ipilimumab or durvalumab) for the treatment of locally advanced non-small call lung cancer
This Phase I trial is trying to determine how safe and tolerable a targeted therapy (BGB-3245) is in people with solid cancers with B-RAF genetic mutations.
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