Breast Cancer Research

Learning that you have cancer can be overwhelming. There is a lot of information to take in about what is going on inside your body and about the different treatments available to you. During this time, you might be trying to deal with many different emotions. This is why you should take your time to gather information and talk about all of your options with your doctor. One of those options might include taking part in clinical trials/research.

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About Our Research

A clinical trial is a research study. It helps us to find out if a medicine or treatment works and is safe. Clinical trials must be completed before a medicine can be approved by the FDA and prescribed by doctors to patients. When taking part in a cancer clinical trial, usually you will receive standard of care treatment with the study drug, or standard of care treatment with placebo (A placebo looks the same as the study medicine but does not contain any actual medication.) . Being part of a clinical trial can help researchers to find new ways of better treating people with breast cancer.

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Lilly Trial Connect

Answer a few questions using Lilly Trial Connect to find which Lilly trials may be the best fit for you or your loved one.

Answer a few questions using Lilly Trial Connect to find which Lilly trials may be the best fit for you or your loved one.

Find a Trial

Conditions: Solid tumors
Drugs: LY4101174
Age
≥18 years
Phase
I
Conditions: Breast Cancer
Trial Name
EMBER-4
Drugs: Anastrozole, Exemestane, Imlunestrant, Letrozole, Tamoxifen
Age
≥18 years
Phase
III
Conditions: Lung Cancer, Advanced Solid Tumors
Drugs: LY3537982, Abemaciclib, Pembrolizumab, LY3295668, Cetuximab
Age
≥18 years
Phase
I
Conditions: Lung Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Endometrial Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Triple Negative Breast Cancer, Uterine Cancer
Drugs: LY4170156
Age
≥18 years
Phase
I
Conditions: Bladder Cancer, Advanced Solid Tumors
Drugs: LOX-24350 / LOXO-435, Pembrolizumab
Age
≥18 years
Phase
I

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Early and Metastatic Breast Cancer

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Early Detection of Breast Cancer

Our partner Black Health Matters talks about why catching breast cancer early is important. They touch on early screening for breast cancer especially for black women. Read More

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Early Stage Breast Cancer - Learning Course

In this learning course, we meet Monique. Monique recently learned that she has early breast cancer. Follow Monique's experience as she looks at risk factors, treatment options, and questions that she can ask her doctor. Read More

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Metastatic Breast Cancer - Learning Course

In this learning course, we meet Mariana. Mariana learns that she has metastatic breast cancer. We follow Mariana on her journey as she thinks about her care options. Read More

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