Clinical Trials can open up your options for accessing breakthrough cancer treatments
Get started with Cure Forward and our Clinical Trial Navigators will work with you and your care team to access targeted therapies and advanced treatments that may be found through our free clinical trial matching service.
What is Molecular Testing?
Molecular testing examines your entire set of DNA as a whole. This information can be used to identify targeted therapies that are more likely to work for specific cancer types. It’s sometimes called tumor sequencing, tumor profiling, or genomic sequencing.
Why Should I Consider Clinical Trials as an Option?
Searching for clinical trials can be a very difficult and confusing process. Scientific research and discovery move so fast for some cancers that the treatment under clinical trials may be better than the current standard treatment. Clinical trial participants can be the first to benefit from these new treatments. If you or someone you love has cancer, you need to know all of your options.
OUR CLINICAL TRIAL NAVIGATORS WILL HELP YOU ACCESS ADVANCED CANCER TREATMENTS IN CLINICAL RESEARCH TRIALS.
Clinical Trial Navigator
What is a Cure Forward Clinical Trial Navigator?
Cure Forward Clinical Trial Navigators are cancer professionals who understand the difficulties of navigating clinical trials that are right for your unique cancer. We are real people, who are here to help.
Our goal is to use our knowledge and firsthand experience to help you access advanced cancer treatments found in clinical research trials. This service is no cost to you.
3 Time Cancer Survivor
Why Do I Need A Cure Forward Clinical Trial Navigator?
Clinical Trials are difficult to find, it can be frustrating and overwhelming. This is where a Clinical Trial Navigator can help.
We will partner with you to navigate the process of finding a trial and help you to use your cancer’s DNA to discover options for your unique cancer.
Get Started and your Clinical Trial Navigator will help you find active clinical trial options.