As part of our mission to eliminate cancer, MD Anderson researchers conduct hundreds of clinical trials to test new treatments for both common and rare cancers. Look through our clinical trials database to find studies for which you may be eligible.
View studies by cancer type
Breast, prostate, colon cancer and others—use this site to see what clinical trials are now in progress for specific cancers.
View studies by treatment
Have you heard of a particular new treatment that is being studied? See if MD Anderson is one of the clinical trial sites for that treatment. Scroll down the list to "No Treatment Agents Listed" or "None" to view cancer prevention, diagnosis, control or other non-treatment clinical trials.
View studies by study number
Staff at MD Anderson are most likely to be familiar with the study numbers assigned to clinical trials. Look here if you know the number of the clinical trial that interests you.
View studies by physician
Have you heard of a certain MD Anderson doctor? Use this link to see what clinical trials that doctor is conducting.
View studies by phase
Clinical trials are conducted in phases from phase I to IV. Each phase tests specific aspects of experimental therapies, such as dosage, toxicity and effectiveness in comparison to standard treatments. More participants are enrolled as the trials progress through each phase.
View studies by Clinical Trials Registration Number (NCT#)
United States Public Law 110-85 (FDAAA) requires posting and registration of study information for applicable clinical trials, such as Phase II – IV, in a public registry.
Clinical Trials Booklet
Find Clinical Trials
Clinical trials are research studies that test new cancer drugs, diagnostic procedures and therapies on humans.