Pancreatic Cancer
Clinical Trials

Patients with pancreatic cancer who participate in clinical research have better outcomes. PanCAN strongly recommends clinical trials at diagnosis and during every treatment decision.

Clinical trials are research studies that investigate new treatments or new combinations of treatments. They are necessary to determine whether new treatments developed in the lab are beneficial to people living with pancreatic cancer. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviews data from successful trials and determines whether an experimental treatment should be approved. Every treatment available today was approved through a clinical trial.

How Do I Find a Pancreatic Cancer Clinical Trial?

We maintain the most comprehensive and up-to-date database of pancreatic cancer clinical trials available in the United States. Here are two ways to access this free information:

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Patient Services Case Managers

Our Case Managers can run a search for you and provide a personalized list of clinical trials that match what you need.

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Clinical Trial Finder

Enter your information in our Clinical Trial Finder to receive a personalized list. Follow up with our Case Managers to answer any questions.


The Latest on Clinical Trials

Educational Videos about Clinical Trials

Pancreatic Cancer Clinical Trials: What You Need to Know

Watch our webinar to explore the current clinical trials landscape and learn more about how to find and enroll in a trial.
Watch our webinar

Original Air Date: Jan. 26, 2023

Spotlight on Clinical Trials: A PanCAN Conversation

Watch a panel discussion focused on what a clinical trial is, why they are important and why PanCAN recommends them as a critical treatment option.
Watch our webinar

Original air date: May 30, 2024

For free personalized information on clinical trials, contact PanCAN Patient Services. And download our comprehensive clinical trials booklet.