Angela Nicholas, M.D., caregiver, and wife to the late John MacLeod who was a Fight CRC advocate describes how to use the Fight CRC Late Stage MSS CRC clinical trial finder, and what a patient can expect once they enter a clinical trial. She also offers tips and practical advice for those considering a trial for the first time, as well as those looking for their next option.

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4 comments on “Dr. Angela Nicholas’ tutorial on the Clinical Trial Finder”

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    Tammy sanders on July 31, 2019

    I want to see young people get seen. I was 25 with stage 3 colorectal cancer with 2 tumors 20 mm.. had 25 treatments of radiation and chemo 9 months 2 different colostomys gallbladder got took out have bone loss arthritis all thru my body it’s awful I’m now 50. I’m 18 yrs. Remission

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      Reese Garcia on July 31, 2019

      Hi Tammy, we agree that something needs to be done for the early age onset population. Fight CRC is working hard to understand why this is occurring in young adults under the age of 50. We’ve recently convened experts around the world to address this rise of CRC in young adults and you can read more about the work and what it all means here: https://fightcolorectalcancer.org/blog/fight-crc-published-for-work-in-young-adult-colon-and-rectal-cancer/

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    Mary Beth Luibel on July 14, 2019

    Thank you for the Information and reminding me that there are several reasons to seek out the clinical trials.

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    jyothi 143 on July 5, 2019

    thanks good information Dr. Angela Nicholas.

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