The physicians and scientists at Meyer Cancer Center are dedicated to bringing options to our patients beyond traditional cancer care, directly bringing discoveries from the lab to patients and communities. We believe today’s research leads to enhanced care and better treatments for tomorrow. Clinical research can also change how cancer is prevented and diagnosed, reducing the number of people who develop cancer and improving outcomes for those who do.
If you or a loved one were diagnosed with cancer or are at risk for cancer, your physician might suggest participating in a clinical research as a treatment option. By participating, you may gain access to new treatments or therapies that are not yet available to the public. We encourage you to volunteer for a study even if you are healthy. As a healthy volunteer, you play a vital role in developing new knowledge and contributing to cancer research.
Below are the studies open through the Meyer Cancer Center at our Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn hospitals.