Mayo's clinical trials include experimental treatments, often unavailable elsewhere, which frequently lead to improved transplant care for people worldwide. Ask your doctor at Mayo Clinic about clinical trials appropriate for your situation.
See a list of trials in hematology at Mayo Clinic.
Clinical trials are research studies that test new ways to detect, prevent or treat disease. Mayo Clinic conducts more than 3,000 clinical trials and research studies each year and often coordinates national clinical trials with other medical centers.
Learn more about clinical trials and whether Mayo Clinic may be conducting a clinical trial related to your condition or procedure.
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Mayo Clinic researchers study new surgical procedures, develop new anti-rejection and other medications, and put into practice ways to improve care during and after transplant.