Janet Freeman-Daily, patient-advocate, LCFA Speakers Bureau

Dr. Ross Camidge, UCHealth Lung Cancer Clinic – Anschutz Medical Campus

In this clinical trials video you will learn the answers to these questions:

  1. How do I ask my doctor if there might be a clinical trial for me?
  2. How do I enroll in a clinical trial?
  3. What costs do clinical trials cover?
  4. If I’m enrolled in a clinical trial, do I stop seeing my own doctor?
  5. Are there different types of clinical trials?

Questions About Clinical Trials and Lung Cancer

Lung cancer researchers tell us that clinical trials offer lung cancer patients the treatments of tomorrow today. If you are considering enrolling in a clinical trial, you’ll have a lot of questions. In this Hope With Answers℠ clinical trial video, you will get answers that will help you put together a toolkit for learning about and evaluating clinical trials. Lung cancer patient and expert advocate, Janet Freeman-Daily, who has participated in clinical trials for lung cancer herself, talks with Dr. Ross Camidge of UCHealth Lung Cancer Clinic – Anschutz Medical Campus. Janet asks the questions that patients need the answers to and Dr. Camidge provides the perspective of a key lung cancer opinion leader.

As Janet says, “In some ways, going on a clinical trial ensures you’re going to get the best possible cancer care.”