As the primary teaching hospital for Boston University School of Medicine, BMC provides exceptional patient care and conducts innovative research to find new and better ways to treat and cure disease. Whether a treatment plan includes surgery, medical oncology, or radiation, patients have access to an extensive roster of research and clinical trials. Study protocols are being conducted for cancers of the breast, lung, colon, prostate, head and neck, blood cells (leukemia and lymphoma), and more.
Boston Medical Center, together with Boston University School of Medicine, also works aggressively to find new and better ways to treat and cure disease. Patients have access to an extensive roster of clinical trials from national cooperative groups, industry, and investigator initiated trials through our Clinical Research Trials office and Cancer Research Center. Study protocols are being conducted for breast cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, blood cells (or immune system disorders), and more. Boston Medical Center physicians are leaders in the enrollment of under-represented minorities in cancer clinical trials.