Early-Stage Lung Cancer Surgery vs. Radiation Therapy Comparison

Trial Objective

Early-Stage Lung Cancer Surgery vs. Radiation Therapy ComparisonThe purpose of this study is to gather information about treatment of early-stage lung cancer in order to compare the effectiveness of surgery versus radiation therapy, potentially improving outcomes for patients with early-stage lung cancer.


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Who Can Participate

 Adults who have been diagnosed with early-stage lung cancer are eligible to participate. 

Age: 18+    Gender: Any Gender

Estimated Time Commitment

4 hours, 45 mins.

(1) First interview – in person, 90 minutes, (2) interview at seven days – by phone, 30 minutes; (3) interview at 30 days – phone, 30 minutes; (4) interview at three months – phone, 30 minutes; (5) interview at six months – in person, 45 minutes; (6) interview at 12 months – in person, 60 minutes. Total time commitment is four hours and 45 minutes.

Payment & Reimbursement  

Payment: Provided

Travel Reimbursement: Not Available

Trial Contact

For more information, contact:

Cole Waliczek, Trial Contact

Cole Waliczek

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Trial Location

National Jewish Main Campus and Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, CO

Trial Sponsors

National Cancer Institute

Principal Investigators

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