Many of our physicians are also leading researchers, making breakthroughs and contributing to discoveries that are shaping their specialties. This research may offer some patients the additional benefit of having access to treatments that are under review in clinical trials.

Enrolling in a study does not always include testing a new treatment. Participating in a study can be as simple as answering a phone survey every few months to help doctors better understand healthy development, the effectiveness of prevention behaviors or the progression of a diagnosis. You will never be enrolled in a clinical study without your consent, and our physicians will give you complete information about a study that interests you before you decide whether or not to take part.

Learn more on the Washington University Physicians website:
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Gynecologic Oncology Open Clinical Trials
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Get notifications from Volunteer for Health:
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Find a study in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) registry:
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Search studies seeking participants at Washington University:
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