Leukemia Clinical Trials in the Western Suburbs

Leukemia Clinical Trials in the Western Suburbs

Access to advanced clinical research and trials, at Northwestern Medicine Cancer Center Warrenville and the Northwestern Medicine Cancer Center Delnor.

Certain types of leukemia might also require:

  • Leukapheresis, a procedure to remove excess lymphocytes (white blood cells) from the body
  • Splenectomy, or surgery to remove the spleen
  • Other treatments for complications such as infection or anemia

Find out if there’s a clinical trial for your type of leukemia currently in progress. Your doctor can tell you if you are eligible. See the cancer clinical trials list.

Learn more about the benefits and guidelines for participating in a clinical trial from the National Cancer Institute*.

Know what questions to ask* when evaluating a clinical study at ClinicalTrials.gov*, a service of the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

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