Patient participation in clinical trials is a vital and critical component of disease research. Each year, hundreds of trials are conducted by scientists at Fred Hutch, the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s. These studies discover new ways to prevent, detect, diagnose or treat disease. To learn more about clinical trials conducted at these organizations, use the search options listed below. Contact information is located on the description page for each study. Please check back periodically as the information is updated regularly.
Please note: Participation in trials includes potential benefits and risks. Trials are closely monitored and safeguards are taken to minimize risks to patient safety. To learn more about clinical trials, go to the National Cancer Institute.
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