Free Clinical Trial Matching for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Let us sort through the thousands of clinical trials available for Lung cancer patients across the United States and prescreen you for your qualifying matches.
CTMS Includes These Free Services
- Education with a Patient Advocate
- Prescreening to all Non-Small Cell Cancer Clinical Trials
- Assistance to Trial Enrollment with a Clinical Case Manager
"I've been working hard to find a clinical trial that I may fit into. It has not been easy”
With my recent progession on Lorlatinib, I've been working hard to find a clinical trial that I may fit into. It has not been easy. I am so lucky that recently, I talked to a company that helps people like me. If you register, they will connect you with a clinical trial-even if you don't have progression.
Patient – United States of America
"Massive Bio was quick and insightful in finding me the best clinical trial option."
Massive Bio worked in collaboration with my local treating oncologist to analyze my carcinoma based on my personal cancer treatment information. In one week, Massive Bio's Virtual Tumor Board experts provided valuable insight and an informative medical report to my doctor. Collaboratively, we agreed that the clinical trial Massive Bio identified was the best option to move ahead.
Patient – United States of America
“The initial report and clinical trial recommendations was excellent.”
So far, my experience with Massive Bio has been very positive. My initial interaction with Eric was informative and he provide me with the proper forms to be completed. The initial report and clinical trial recommendations was excellent. The report provided a details summary of my complete cancer medical history including test results, chemotherapy treatments (which revealed an error in the history on file at one medical institution), and procedures. My follow up conversation with Kristin Johnston was professional, informative and educational. She spent a lot of time with me reviewing the clinical trial options, answering my questions on my current chemotherapy treatment regiment, and was proactive regarding follow up and next steps. I look forward to working with Massive Bio on my current cancer journey and hope that they can assist me with combatting and winning this battle.Best partner for cancer.
Patient - United States of America
Clinical Trial Options Currently Available
There are 1,171 Lung cancer clinical trials studies actively recruiting and enrolling Lung cancer patients with a wide variety of subtypes, stages, and genetic alterations.
- MET Amplification Lung Cancer
- EGFR Gene Mutation
- ALK, NTRK, ROS-1, Braf mutation
- Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Clinical Trials
- Small Cell Lung Cancer Clinical Trials
Case Management Team Resolving Enrollment Issues
75% of the time, patients are not enrolled to their desired clinical trial due to last mile issues. Massive Bio’s case management team helps you during site selection, financial issues to the study Sponsor and/or other matters that may limit your enrollment. Genetic Testing and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS Testing) is also reviewed to help match patients to clinical trials with targeted treatments.
No Need to Travel Until You Decide on A Trial
Massive Bio verifies a patient’s eligibility before you go to a trial site and start the enrollment process. This is extremely important because more than 65% of the time patients are not aware of their trial eligibility until travelling to the site. Massive Bio’s case management team is available to assist you every step of the way until trial enrollment is completed.
Why Join a Clinical Trial?
Clinical trials provide cancer patients early access to innovative and nonconventional treatment options including immunotherapy, targeted therapy, and chemotherapy. These trials help guide doctors in finding new ways to safely treat their patients’ cancer while also maintaining the patient’s quality of life. Regardless of your insurance type, our virtual services find trials close to home to limit travel. With more than 36,000 clinical trials available for cancer patients in the United States, finding the right one for you can be challenging and time consuming.