Radiation Therapy for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
This trial is testing whether adding high doses of vitamin C to standard radiation and chemotherapy treatment for lung cancer improves outcomes.
- Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Inclusion CriteriaYou will be eligible if you check “Yes” for the criteria below
Study ObjectivesOutcome measures can provide a clearer picture of what you can expect from a treatment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
In what instances is Radiation Therapy regularly employed?
"Radiation Therapy is a viable method of treating malignant tumours, chronic congestion and vitamin insufficiency."
Have any other endeavors studied the effects of Radiation Therapy?
"Presently, there are 1,224 active studies for Radiation Therapy with 340 trials in their final phase. Shanghai is the epicentre of these clinical trials; however they are being conducted across 69,980 different sites worldwide."
What measures are being taken to ensure the safety of radiation treatments?
"Our team at Power rated Radiation Therapy's safety as a 2 due to the lack of evidence regarding efficacy, although some data exists that supports its safety."
How many participants are actively enrolled in this research endeavor?
"Affirmative. Clinicaltrials.gov confirms that this medical experiment, which was first uploaded on November 16th 2018 is actively sourcing patients for participation. Specifically 46 participants are needed from 1 clinical site."
Are there any available slots remaining in this research protocol?
"Clinicaltrials.gov reports that this study is actively looking for patients; the trial was listed on November 16th, 2018 and last updated on August 12th 2022."