Protocols & Active Clinical Trials

For more information about participating in a clinical trial, call 1-888-5-OCHSNER, or 504-842-3708.
(See below for satellite clinic information.) 

This page lists many active cancer clinical trials (protocols) at Ochsner Cancer Institute. In addition to the title, some studies below have brief summaries available when clicked on. Clinical trials, or protocols, are research studies conducted with people who volunteer to take part. You benefit by having access to new cancer treatments and options not otherwise available, in addition to the excellent care offered at Ochsner Cancer Institute. If there are no entries matching your search category, please check back soon, as we are continually adding new studies to our research base.

An Ochsner Cancer Institute Clinical Research Coordinator will help you with any questions or concerns. A medical screening and laboratory tests are necessary to determine if a patient meets the requirements of the study. Blood work and additional medical tests may be necessary during the course of treatment and at the end of treatment. The doctor will discuss these tests with each study participant. There may or may not be risks and/or benefits associated with this clinical study. The doctor will discuss these possible risks and/or benefits with interested participants.

Click on a category below for an associated trial.

General

Gynecological

Hematological

Lung

Locations

Oncology trials are conducted at the following locations. Please call for more information.

Ochsner Cancer Institute
Ochsner Medical Center-New Orleans
1514 Jefferson Highway
New Orleans, LA 70121
504-842-3708 or 888-562-4763

Baton Rouge Hematology/Oncology
Ochsner Health Center - Baton Rouge
9001 Summa Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
225-761-5278

Northshore Hematology/Oncology
Ochsner Health Center - Baton Rouge
1000 Ochsner Blvd.
Covington, LA 70433
985-871-2549

 

For more information about cancer and its treatment, please call Cancer Information Services at 1-800-4-CANCER or visit www.clinicaltrials.gov or the National Cancer Institute website.