Explore ONTEX: The Osteosarcoma Now Trial Explorer
Welcome to ONTEX: The Osteosarcoma Now Clinical Trial Explorer. Each clinical trial has been summarised to give a clear picture of its aims and what it involves.
If you find a trial of interest, it’s important to discuss it with your medical team as they are best placed to determine if it is suitable.
All search fields are optional. Once you’ve started your search you will have more options to filter it.
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Disclaimer: ONTEX is intended to supplement, not replace, your healthcare team. Patients should always discuss a clinical trial with their healthcare team. If a patient is eligible for a trial the trial team will be able to provide more in-depth information about the trial so the patient can make an informed decision before taking part.
Trial information has been sourced from www.clinicaltrials.gov. The content is then reviewed weekly by the Osteosarcoma Now team. All the trials also have a patient-friendly summary and key information section written by the team at Osteosarcoma Now. We have also included a description of the medications being used in the trial and summarised the inclusion and exclusion criteria for (not yet) recruiting trials in the ‘who is this trial (not) for’ sections.
To the best of our knowledge, the clinical trial database is up-to-date and accurate. However, we cannot assume any liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information. You can contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Osteosarcoma Clinical Trial Toolkit
What are Clinical Trials
Clinical trials are medical research studies that require patient participation and aim to answer medical questions, usually concerning a new treatment for a particular disease. Here you can find out about developing new treatments and the types of clinical trials.
Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to our Frequently Asked Question page. Here we provide the answers to common questions about clinical trials.
Preparing for Appointments
Before taking part in a clinical trial, you will have plenty of opportunities to ask the clinical trial team questions to ensure that the trial is right for you. On this page, we have provided information on preparing for your hospital appointments and a list of questions you could ask.
Sometimes you may not be able to find a trial. This is because there are usually only a small number of trials running at one time and they often have strict joining criteria to keep participants safe. Here you can find information on alternative ways to access treatments including expanded access programmes and non cancer specific clinical trials. Find out more here.
“We’re really passionate about trying to develop a new therapy that could improve survival for osteosarcoma patients”
Professor Nancy DeMore, Medical University of South Carolina
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