Featured Clinical Trials

January: Breast/GYN 

Our experienced oncologists conduct clinical trials to provide the most advanced research in cancer care. Through these trials, we are able to evaluate potential new ways of preventing, diagnosing and treating many types of cancer.

  • NCT02732119

    A phase I/II, single arm, open‐label study of Ribociclib in combination with Everolimus + Exemestane in the treatment of men and postmenopausal women with HR+, HER2‐ locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer following progression on a CDK 4/6 inhibitor

  • NCT03321188

    Heated intraperitoneal chemotherapy in primary ovarian cancer patients

Is a Clinical Trial Right for You?

We can help you decide if a clinical trial is right for you or your family member.

Participation in a clinical trial is voluntary. You can withdraw from a clinical trial at any time, but we encourage you to talk to your doctor first. Your doctor can tell you how quitting the trial might affect your health and if there are other treatment options available to you. Your relationship with your healthcare providers will not change if you decide to withdraw from the clinical trial.

Participation is voluntary. If you join a trial, you are free to change your mind and withdraw at any time.

For more information, email, call our nurse navigator at 913-945-7552 or search our open clinical trials.

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The power of hope

Jeanne Ackerson was diagnosed with stage IIIB lung cancer and given a 15 percent chance of survival. She enrolled in a clinical trial, and three years later says her decision saved her life.

To learn more about clinical trials, call 913-945-7552 or visit kucancercenter.org/clinicaltrials.