Breast Cancer-Clinical Trials
Due to the knowledge gained through clinical trials, breast cancer treatment has significantly improved over the past 40 years in women’s health. Clinical trials evaluate the advantages and risks of novel treatments as well as novel dosages (or combinations) of existing therapies. They can also research additional facets of healthcare, such as risk mitigation, diagnostics, and screening. In clinical trials, participants voluntarily participate. Those who participate advance the body of information that enhances the treatment of breast cancer.