Considering a Cancer Clinical Trial
A clinical trial is a research study done to test whether a new treatment or drug is safe and how well it works in people. Certain requirements, like having a certain type of cancer, must be met to participate in a clinical trial, and there are some potential risks. Before any patient can participate in a clinical trial, many different experts must review and approve every detail of the study, from why it's being done to how often patients should be monitored. It is key to talk to your doctor about whether participating in a clinical trial is right for you.
Learn More About Clovis Clinical Trials
At Clovis Oncology, we strive to support patients and caregivers by providing clear, up-to-date, accessible information about our products in development and ongoing clinical trials.
For North America, Latin America and Asia Pacific inquires:
1-844-CLVS ONC (1-844-258-7662; U.S. toll-free)
For Europe and Rest of World related inquires:
+353 16950030 (toll-paid)
You may also search ClinicalTrials.gov, a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. Information on trials run by Clovis Oncology, our development partners, or by Independent Investigators can be accessed on ClinicalTrials.gov by using the “Search for Studies” function and entering “rucaparib."