This page lists all open clinical trials that are specifically recruiting chordoma patients.
Clinical trials give patients an opportunity to receive new, experimental treatments that have the potential to offer more benefit than clinically available alternatives, or to receive clinically available treatments at no cost. In addition to having the potential to benefit from the latest treatments, chordoma patients who participate in clinical trials contribute to knowledge that can guide therapy for future patients and potentially help identify new ways of treating this rare cancer. Before enrolling in a clinical trial it is important to understand the potential risks and benefits, and to discuss your options with your physicians.
|NCT01407198||Nilotinib plus radiation||High risk disease||Phase I||Radiation sensitization with multikinase inhibitor||PDGFR||Massachusetts General Hospital|
|NCT01924689||Clostridium Novyi-NT||Advanced tumor, no direct bone involvement||Phase I||Controlled infection of tumor by tumor-seeking bacteria (“biosurgery”) plus induced immune response||Hypoxia||Memorial Sloan Kettering, MD Anderson, University of Michigan|
|NCT02383498||GI-6301 plus radiotherapy||Locally advanced, unresectable chordoma prior to radiation||Phase II||Induced immune response to cells expressing the brachyury protein||Brachyury||National Cancer Institute|
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Useful Information About Clinical Trials
- Clinical Trials Information for Patients and Caregivers
- Clinical Trials: What You Need to Know
- Questions to Ask About Clinical Trials
- Taking Part in Cancer Treatment Research Studies
- What Are Cancer Clinical Trials?
- Deciding to Take Part in a Clinical Trial
- Patient Safety in Cancer Clinical Trials
- Clinical Trials and Insurance Coverage – A Resource Guide
|The Chordoma Foundation cannot guarantee the completeness of this list of clinical trials. For more information about clinical trials that you might qualify for, consult with your physician or visit www.clinicaltrials.gov. Please contact us if you are aware of additional clinical trials open to chordoma patients.|