Early-Stage Lung Cancer Surgery vs. Radiation Therapy Comparison

Trial Objective

The 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.

Early-Stage Lung Cancer Surgery vs. Radiation Therapy Comparison

Enrollment

This trial is active and currently recruiting.

How to Participate

For more information, call 303.270.2864 or complete the form below.

Who Can Participate

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


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.

Trial Location

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

Compensation

Provided

Trial Sponsors

National Cancer Institute

Age

18+


Gender

Any Gender

Principal Investigators


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