Identify patients based on histological and molecular profiles
Review the importance of primary breast cancer subtypes when discussing trial eligibility with your patients (including men):
Your insights help patients understand their options
An open dialogue with your patients may give them a better understanding of clinical trials. By starting a conversation based on your expert guidance, patients gain the knowledge to confidently make choices regarding the next step in their care.
If you have a patient you think may qualify for a clinical trial, you can discuss patient eligibility by referring them to a principal investigator.
Click the links below to review complete eligibility criteria, study site locations, and contact information for these studies.
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