Clinical Trials

PanKind strongly believes that research will lead to improved outcomes for people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and their families.

It is essential that people affected by pancreatic cancer are involved in cancer research studies to ensure the specific needs and experiences of those impacted by pancreatic cancer are represented and addressed.


A persons arms hold an ipad with science imageryWhat are clinical trials

Clinical trials are an important part of medical research that test new treatments and interventions to prevent, detect, treat or manage a disease. Learn about clinical trials, how they work, and why they're used. 

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PanKind Partnered Trials

PanKind partner with clinical trials to increase awareness of and access to new treatments and supportive care studies.

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Find a Clinical Trial

Search a clinical trial registry to see what trials are currently available. This page will help you understand what is on the clinical trial registry and take you through how to find relevant trials.

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