You’ve been diagnosed with cancer.
You’re unsure of what to do or what your treatment choices are.
At times like this it’s easy to jump on the first treatment presented to you, and that is one option. Another possibly better option is choosing to join a clinical trial to get the best-known treatment as a minimum or better.
Neil, a friend and Macmillan representative lost his life to cancer in 2013. Did he have to?
You see the latest treatment was only available as part of a clinical trial, yet he was not invited to join one.
Why? Because he didn’t know it existed and that he could have taken part.
At YourTreatmentChoices.com we believe your treatment is your choice and our mission is to improve your access clinical trials.
We are working together with NHS and Cancer Research UK centres to make more clinical trials for blood cancer available to you, as part of a new fast access trials programme.
The fast access trials programme is for people affected by lymphoma, leukaemia, myeloma, and many other blood cancers providing quick and direct access to a clinical trial doctor or nurse.
If taking a possible better option sounds good to you, then answer our questions to find out if you can take part and get fast access to a trial.
The information will help you ask your doctor about a clinical trial and your best treatment choice and gain a referral to a specialist blood cancer clinical trial centre.