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Maybe you are researching all the conventional treatments for brain tumors, like surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy and are still looking for more options. You might want to investigate Clinical Trials. A Clinical Trial is how the government monitors doctors and researchers who are searching for new medications and treatments for illnesses. Clinical trials for brain tumors are open to newly diagnosed patients as well as patients with recurring tumors. Please visit the American Brain Tumor Association's "Primer" for additional information, as well as the links below. And please check with your doctors as well.

Links about Clinical Trials

American Brain Tumor Association's "A Primer to Brain Tumors" has a good overview of clinical trials.

ClinicalTrials.gov - a service of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) includes a thorough overview of clinical trials procedures, definitions and questions to consider. Also it provides a search for clinical trials across the U.S.

Virtualtrials.com, also known as "Clinical Trials and Noteworthy Treatments for Brain Tumors" is a comprehensive website for all aspects of treatment for, coping with and surviving brain tumors. Includes a good introduction to clinical trials for brain tumors.

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Clinical Trials using non-conventional treatments, as well as other info on complementary and alternative healing practices (see our page on Complementary Treatment Options). NCCAM currently lists  one clinical trial for brain tumor patients: Efficacy of Distant Healing in Glioblastoma Treatment 

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