Throughout National Pancreatic Cancer Clinical Trials Awareness Month, you’ve received a lot of information. We’ve shared firsthand survivor stories, provided a breakdown of clinical trial phases and outlined steps to consider clinical trials at every treatment decision.

Enrolling in a clinical trial is an important decision, and sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. But you do not have to face this alone.

Our Patient Central Associates are always here to help you, whether you’re just starting to gather information or if things have changed and you need updated options.
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“It has been a difficult and stressful time. Having the information sent to me rather than needing to guess where to look was extremely helpful.”
– Pancreatic Cancer Caregiver

Many patients and their families have said our clinical trials information helped them talk to their healthcare teams. After speaking with an Associate, they felt more prepared by knowing what to discuss with their doctors.

“The personalized search was very helpful, as it reduced the amount of available trials to a far more manageable number. Having that information made it easier to talk to my oncologist and decide which trials might be appropriate for me.”
– Pancreatic Cancer Patient

Our Associates are available to run a search and talk through your personalized clinical trials information. They can provide in-depth details and answer any questions you may have. Then you should discuss the information with your healthcare team to determine if a clinical trial is the right option for you.

Learn more about clinical trials.

You are your own best advocate. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network strongly recommends that you discuss your treatment goals with your healthcare team and know all of your options at every stage of your disease.