BCAL Clinical trials - now available

BCAL diagnostics is actively involved in national and multinational clinical research projects including clinical studies or trials for participants to be involved in the development of novel breast cancer diagnostic tests.

A clinical study or trial  is a research program conducted with participants to evaluate a new medical treatment, drug, or device. The purpose of clinical trials is to find new and improved methods of treating, preventing, screening for, and diagnosing different diseases, and for BCAL Diagnostics to ultimately help bring new breast cancer tests to the market.

Clinical trials may involve more visits and tests which are always optional and the benefit cannot be guaranteed.

All research and clinical trials conducted by BCAL Diagnostics are managed by an experienced team of research professionals and are overseen by stringent ethical standards and in accordance with the Good Clinical Practice Guidelines. We currently have a team of dedicated clinical study  nurses working on a new study who actively recruit study participants.  If you are interested in participating in any of our studies, please contact info@bcaldiagnostics.com.

Depending on your location you will be directed to the best study site where a clinical study nurse will discuss the study requirements with you.

BCAL Trial 1

A Research Project to Find Ways of Using Blood Tests to Detect Breast Cancer

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