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Radiation Oncology Branch Clinical Research Team
Our highly trained physicians develop and conduct a wide range of clinical trials in a quest to develop the medicines of tomorrow.
The clinical trials developed and conducted by the Radiation Oncology Branch involve novel technology and/or imaging-based approaches to radiation therapy treatment. Computer Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance (MR) image fusion is a routine part of patient treatment planning. We also provide treatment via radiosurgery, intensity-modulated 3-D conformal radiotherapy (IMRT), real-time dose measurement, brachytherapy, and MR-guided procedures.
Our highly trained physicians develop and conduct a wide range of clinical trials in a quest to develop the medicines of tomorrow for patients with cancer, HIV or immunodeficiency disorders. All of our trials take place at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD, the world's largest research hospital, and through telehealth. Once you are enrolled in a clinical trial at the Clinical Center, medical care is free.