Seeking men and women who are or have been smokers and are at greater risk for lung cancer for a study to improve lung cancer screening
9 Studies found
Study Of An Investigational Combination Of Drugs For Advanced Non-Squamous Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Seeking men and women whose non-squamous non-small cell lung cancer tumor has a STK11 gene mutation for a study of an investigational drug combination.
Study Of A Targeted Investigational Drug For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer That Has Come Back Or Spread After Treatment
Seeking men and women whose non-small cell lung cancer has come back or spread after treatment for a study of an investigational drug that is targeted for tumors with a specific biologic marker.
Study Of The Safety And Efficacy Of An Investigational Drug For Inoperable Early Stage Non Small Cell Lung Cancer
Seeking men and women with early stage (I/IIA) non small cell lung cancer that can't be removed with surgery for a study of an experimental drug.
Seeking adult men & women whose tumor cells have a change in a gene called ALK that causes the cells to grow and spread.
Seeking adults with non-small cell lung cancer for a study comparing immunotherapy to targeted therapy based on tumor characteristics
Study Of Immunotherapy Alone Or In Combination With Chemotherapy For Advanced Nonsquamous Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Non-squamous non-small cell lung cancer patients whose cancer has been tested to be PD-L1 positive (a kind of tumor marker) sought for study comparing two usual approaches to treatment.
Seeking volunteers who received immunotherapy, but whose non-small cell lung cancer has spread outside their lungs and either their tumor sample biomarker does not match one of the open treatment studies or they were not a candidate for a biomarker-matched study for a study of an investigational drug combination.
Addition Of An Investigational Drug To The Usual Treatment For Limited Stage Small Cell Lung Cancer (Ls-Sclc)
Men and women with limited-stage small cell lung cancer, which has not spread outside of their chest area sought for a study comparing how cancer responds when adding an investigational drug to the usual treatment for small cell lung cancer