Cancer trials test new and more effective ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer.
Trials can involve testing new drugs or combinations of commonly used drugs, new therapies, new ways of treating cancer, or new ways of diagnosing cancer.
They may test new radiotherapy schedules, surgical techniques, medical devices, or physical therapies.
They can also involve investigating blood samples and tissues.
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