Clinical Trials Matching

When coping with cancer, a clinical trial can sometimes be the best or the only way to receive cutting-edge medical treatment. Finding the relevant trial at the appropriate time can be quite challenging. Belong offers a free, no obligation service of clinical trial matching.

As we leave 2020 behind and move forward into 2021, we would like to share some of our clinical trial team’s accomplishments and successful matches .

We are proud to let you know that our clinical trial team has assisted about 10,000 Belong users.
The Belong team assists patients from all over the world to find relevant clinical trials according to their unique medical profile. The unique combination of advanced technology and the team’s professionalism enables Belong to conduct personally tailored matching in just a few days.

How is it done?
Since each trial is designed for a specific group of people, once they receive a request in the ‘Find clinical trials’ group, the team will ask for the relevant medical information and look for the most suitable clinical trial match.. Once matching is completed, the list of the most relevant clinical trials will be sent to you for you to discuss with your medical team.

Our team may assist with locating clinical trials that offer new ways to relieve symptoms and side effects, and new strategies to improve cancer patients’ quality of life.

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, our team will be happy to assist you. You are more than welcome to respond here or contact us in the ‘Find Clinical Trials’ group.

This content is provided for your general education and information only. It does not necessarily reflect Belong’s views and opinions. Belong does not endorse or support any specific product, service, or treatment.

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