Clinical trials are the key to unlocking new treatments and diagnostic tests for ovarian cancer.

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are carefully designed research studies that involve volunteers. Researchers carry out ovarian cancer clinical trials to find ways of improving medical care and treatment for women with this disease.

Clinical trials study new ways to prevent, diagnose or treat ovarian cancer.

The more women that participate in clinical trials, the faster we will find early detection tools, better treatments and ultimately a cure. Clinical trials exist for women at every point in their experience with ovarian cancer. Women can explore clinical trials by visiting the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance Clinical Trials Matching Service online or by calling (800) 535-1682.

Read on about the different Types of Clinical Trials >