Cancer clinical trials are controlled studies of people with cancer which are crucial to the development of new and better treatments. Clinical trials answer specific questions about a new treatment or a new way of using existing treatments. Often
randomised clinical trials compare the best known standard therapy with a newer therapy to see if one produces more cures and causes fewer side effects than the other.
Go to Web Resources about Clinical Trials for Cancer in Guide to Internet Resources for Cancer
Note: most of these resources are general/adult cancer related. The treatment of cancer for children can be different to that for adults.