Developing new ways to treat cancer.

We currently conduct clinical trials in association with the National Cancer Institute, Johns Hopkins University, and a cooperative group of medical professionals from around the world.

What are clinical trials?

Clinical Trials are research studies that involve patient participation. This method of research is intended to expand medical knowledge and develop new treatment methods. Clinical trials provide researchers with valuable information about treatments that are not in general use, and they provide patients with access to the newest drugs. Most standard cancer treatments used today began as clinical trials.

How does the clinical trial process work?

Clinical Trials are research studies that involve patient participation. This method of research is intended to expand medical knowledge and develop new treatment methods. Clinical trials provide researchers with valuable information about treatments that are not in general use, and they provide patients with access to the newest drugs. Most standard cancer treatments used today began as clinical trials.


Is a clinical trial right for me?

You may decide to participate in a clinical trial in the hopes of improving chances of recovery, prolonging life, or even helping other cancer patients in the future.

To learn more about our clinical trials, email clinicaltrials@fmh.org.

Click here to see a full list of our active clinical trials.