Cancer Research & Clinical Trials
The Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) is one of the leading clinical trial sites in the western United States. With more than 100 available studies at any given time involving most types of cancer, a clinical trial could be one part of your personalized treatment plan.
Shaping the Future of Cancer Care
For many years, SCI has participated in clinical trials that evaluate new approaches to diagnosing and treating cancer, including testing new devices and medications. See Examples
As part of your treatment at the Swedish Cancer Institute, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical-research trial. A clinical trial is one of the final stages of a long and careful cancer-research process. Clinical trials give patients access to promising new medications and procedures before they are widely available. Such trials are also the primary way that progress is made in finding better approaches to treatment and cure.
Learn more about Clinical Trials
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Download Clinical Trial Brochure
Listen to Understanding Clinical Trials (podcast)
Learn more about Swedish Cancer Research
Swedish Center for Research and Innovation
801 Broadway, Suite 725
Seattle, WA 98122-4328
Please note the recent publication by lead author Nameeta Shah, research scientist at The Ben and Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment, Swedish Neuroscience Institute, Seattle WA, USA. The research article is: Exploration of the gene fusion landscape of glioblastoma using transcriptome sequencing and copy number data. Nameeta Shah, Michael Lankerovich, Hwahyung Lee, Jae-Geun Yoon, Brett Schroeder and Greg Foltz