Clinical Trials

To offer hope and longer life to patients with all types of cancer, Karmanos offers the latest types of therapy through our clinical trials program. Through clinical trials, we are creating new knowledge about how therapies fight cancer and provide national leadership in testing these new therapies.

View the list of open Clinical Trials

Search our Clinical Trials database

KCI Trials App

The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute has an app for the iPhone® and iPad®, giving you information about our cutting-edge, cancer clinical trials.

The KCI Trials App is FREE and available on the App Store!

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App Features:

  • Search for cancer clinical trials at Karmanos Cancer Institute by disease site, keyword, protocol number, phase, or principal investigator
  • Protocol information displayed includes: title, objective, principal investigator, disease sites, drugs involved, inclusion criteria, exclusion criteria
  • Option to save protocol information to your 'favorites' and email protocol information to a colleague or patient
  • Buttons to call and email us directly
  • Information about Phase I studies offered at Karmanos Cancer Institute
  • Links to other National Cancer Institute resources about cancer

More Information

If you have any questions, concerns or problems regarding this app, please email informatics@karmanos.org.

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