The resources and support you need to leap cancer.

Cancer is a formidable opponent, but it’s never met the likes of us, your cancer fighting super group. With our incredible team of internal industry leading experts and world-class partners, we’re changing the game in patient treatment and care through our innovative, state-of-the-art clinical trials. From the latest research, to the everyday answers you want and need, we can help you navigate your journey with confidence.

OUR TRIALS

Learn more about our revolutionary clinical trials including locations where they are happening and how to enroll.

I-SPY 2 Trials

The I-SPY 2 Trial is an investigational drug trial for newly diagnosed patients with locally advanced breast cancer. An investigational drug has been approved for testing in people by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) but has not yet been approved for widespread use. A clinical trial tests how well investigational drugs work and whether they are safe to use.
Did you know major advances in cancer prevention have happened all because of clinical trials? These research studies have saved countless lives and led to incredible advancements in treatments. Our trial matching, by BreastCancerTrials, is a patient-centered, unbiased system. If you’ve wondered if a trail is right for you or someone you love, take a moment to learn and hear from others who have been there.

Clinical Trial Navigator

BreastCancerTrials.org (BCT) is a patient-centered website designed to increase public awareness and access to clinical trials. Launched in 2008, following a successful UCSF-NCI sponsored research pilot…

FAQs

Helpful information to answer questions you may have.

Metastatic Trial Talk

Metastatic Trial Talk empowers you with knowledge about the latest clinical trials, research, and treatment options for you to share and discuss with your doctor.

Educational Resources for Patients

Cancer can bring a lot of questions, but our helpful resources can bring you clarity and peace of mind. Find the answers you want quickly on a range of topics. In language written by actual humans!

Clinical Trial Glossary

Visit our partner, National Cancer Institute, for a comprehensive list of common terms related to cancer and clinical trials.

Meet our partners.

The innovative work we do wouldn’t be possible without our incredible network of partners from the healthcare industry and beyond.

Unsure if a clinical trial is right for? Hear what former participants have to say.

“If you’re reading this and have recently been given a cancer diagnosis, I’ve been there. A few years ago, I was standing where you are and unsure about what to do next. I’d never heard about clinical trials and wondered if they were right for me…”

News Coverage

A collection of announcements and press releases related to patients

40-site U.S. trial enrolling more than 300 patients could significantly change the way DCIS is treated and reduce possibly unnecessary surgery
Quantum Leap Healthcare Collaborative™ today announced that Arvinas’ vepdegestrant (ARV-471), a novel PROTAC® estrogen receptor (ER) protein degrader being co-developed with Pfizer Inc. will be evaluated in the ongoing I-SPY TRIAL endocrine program sponsored by Quantum Leap.
Quantum Leap Healthcare Collaborative (QLHC) announces the mobile responsive launch of its metastatic breast cancer clinical trial matching service, Metastatic Trial Search (MTS). This launch expands MTS's reach to a broader range of breast cancer patient groups with a goal of reaching a more diverse population including those under-represented in clinical trials.
Exai Bio today announced a collaboration agreement with Quantum Leap Healthcare Collaborative™ (QLHC) to expand the use of Exai’s novel, RNA-based liquid biopsy platform to monitor patients’ treatment response and disease burden in the I-SPY 2 TRIAL. I-SPY2 is the largest and longest-running 'platform' trial that provides a regulatory framework to study multiple novel therapeutic treatment arms for women with newly diagnosed, locally advanced breast cancer. 
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