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Clinical trials test new experimental methods of treating, detecting, preventing, or managing a disease such as pancreatic cancer. In this webinar, Dr Caroline Le will discuss how clinical trials work, how they can be beneficial for people with pancreatic cancer today and for those diagnosed in the future. She’ll also discuss how to find out what trials are running and if there might be a trial for you.
Program Manager - Jreissati Pancreatic Centre
Caroline Le is a clinical researcher with a background in cancer biology and pharmacology. She specialises in research translation and research strategy. Caroline completed her PhD and postdoctoral fellowship at Monash University where her pre-clinical research looking into the effects of chronic stress on cancer spread was translated into a phase II clinical trial at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Caroline currently manages a portfolio of 20+ pancreas-focused research studies and clinical trials run by the Jreissati Pancreatic Centre at Epworth.
Program Manager, PanKind
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