Clinical research is the study of health and disease in people. It changes lives every day. You can be a part of this potentially life-changing experience through voluntary participation in a clinical trial. A clinical trial is a type of clinical research study that involves people.
St. Luke’s is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of our patients by providing the best treatment options possible right here in our community. To do this, we partner with pharmaceutical and medical companies to test new drugs and devices that can lead to important discoveries that may improve patient care while expanding the knowledge base of our providers.
Your participation in a clinical trial at St. Luke’s could help researchers gain valuable information to share with other doctors and researchers in our community and around the world. The information collected from a clinical trial may help others who have a similar problem in the future. In fact, many treatments used today are based on the results of information learned from past clinical trials.
Discovering new health knowledge that can be used in real-life settings to change policy, practice, behavior, and the environment.
St. Luke's Cancer Institute offers access to a wide variety of clinical trials focusing on improved cure rates, more effective treatments with fewer side effects, lengthened patient survival, and enhanced quality of life.
Our team supports the clinical research interests of the St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital, including the pediatric hospitalist program, investigator-initiated clinical trials, and research registries.
Our research team works with pharmaceutical sponsors to conduct research in a variety of therapeutic areas under the global banner of auto-immune disorders.
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