• Cancer and Blood Disorder Clinical Trials

    Ewing sarcoma patient, Maddie CarlsonAfter being diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, Maddie Carlson took part in an immunotherapy clinical trial that knocked her cancer into remission after two relapses in three years.

    As a national leader in pediatric cancer and blood disorder clinical research and care, we currently are involved in more than 200 clinical trials – many of which aren’t available anywhere else. Clinical trials can provide children with rare or hard-to-treat conditions access to innovative treatments that may help where traditional options fail. Learn more about participating in pediatric clinical trials.

    Please note: Clinical trials open and close regularly, and new trials are continually in development. We may have additional trials not listed here. For the most current information, email us at clinicaltrials@danafarberbostonchildrens.org. Let us know your child’s diagnosis, any treatment already received, and the best way to reach you.

  • Know Your Options

    Not sure which clinical trials might be right for your child? Email our clinical trials team at clinicaltrials@danafarberbostonchildrens.org.
    We can help you navigate your options.
  • Precision Cancer Medicine

    Precision Cancer infographic

    Precision cancer medicine provides individualized treatment tailored to the specific genetic characteristics of a patient's cancer. Our research and clinical trials are leading the way in precision medicine for pediatric cancer.

  • Clinical Trial FAQs

    Get answers to common questions about clinical trials: What are clinical trials? Is a clinical trial the right choice for my child?
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