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Considering a Clinical Trial for Your Patients with Blood Cancer?

As part of the Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) commitment to patient care, we continue to explore blood cancer through extensive clinical research.

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Connect Eligible Patients with Appropriate Trials

Click on the the disease for which you are looking to find a trial , then follow these simple steps to connect your patients to a recruiting trial site.

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Step 1: Review the Protocols and Determine Eligibility

Click on the link to the disease you are interested in to see the trials available and then click on the trial details to determine the best trial for your patient.

Step 2: Talk to Your Patient

If you find a trial that your patient might qualify for, talk to them about clinical trial participation.

Step 3: Find a Recruiting Site

Select a convenient site location from a list of participating clinical trial sites.

Step 4: Make Contact

Call the principal investigator to discuss eligibility and enrollment for your patient.

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Have a Question?

Visit our FAQs for Clinical Trials

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A Commitment to Increasing Diversity

A Commitment to Increasing Diversity

Bristol Myers Squibb is united by our mission to transform patient’s lives through science by discovering, developing, and delivering innovative medicines that help prevail over serious diseases. To that end, we are committed to doing our part to help ensure patients have a fair and just opportunity to achieve optimal health outcomes.

We are working to improve the recruitment of diverse patients with the goal that the clinical trial population becomes more reflective of the real-world population and the people impacted by the diseases studied.

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We strongly recommend you contact BMS to report Side Effects (Adverse Events)
Side Effects (Adverse Events) and other reportable events are defined here
Report Side Effects (Adverse Events) or Product Quality Complaints: Medical Information

Have questions? Live support is available 24/7 - Call 855-907-3286 or email clinical.trials@bms.com

Have questions? Live support is available 24/7 -
Call 855-907-3286 or email clinical.trials@bms.com