Gynecologic Oncology Research
At any given time, UH Seidman Cancer Center is conducting 25 to 30 clinical trials for women with gynecologic cancer or at high risk of developing gynecologic cancer. This research includes trials for women with newly diagnosed or recurrent cancers, as well as studies aimed at preventing gynecologic cancers or improving the accuracy of early diagnosis.
Because of its focus on leading research, UH Seidman Cancer Center has five times the national average of clinical trial participation. If we determine that a patient is a good candidate for one of these studies, she may be invited to volunteer to participate in a clinical trial.
Our Highlighted Trials & Studies
Study for Advanced Epithelial Ovarian, Fallopian Tube or Peritoneal Carcinoma
Leading Health Care Organizations Recognize UH Seidman Cancer Center Research
The gynecologic oncologists at UH Seidman Cancer Center are members of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-sponsored Gynecologic Oncology Group (GOG). Because of this designation, UH Seidman Cancer Center patients have access to the latest, highly specialized NIH-sponsored clinical research.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has named UH Seidman Cancer Center as one of the few centers in the country allowed to conduct Phase I clinical trials for women with gynecologic cancer. The research done at UH Seidman Cancer Center is used to help develop additional trials on a nationwide basis.