DISEASE TYPES

Mary Crowley offers clinical trials for most solid tumor cancers. To learn more about these disease types, see below.

Disease Types

Cancers by Type

BLADDER
  • Mary Crowley works closely with urologists and medical oncologists to provide clinical trial options for patients with bladder cancer.
  • Read about how Mary Crowley patient, Dennis was diagnosed.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
BREAST
CERVICAL
  • Cervical cancer used to be the leading cause of cancer death for women in the United States. However, with women having regular pap smears, the incidence today is much lower.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
COLORECTAL
ENDOMETRIAL
  • The most common type of uterine cancer, endometrial cancer, occurs most often in women over 55 years of age.
  • See the story of Mary Crowley patient, Elisa, who was diagnosed with uterine cancer at 34 years of age.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials


 

ESOPHAGEAL
  • Men have esophageal cancer at rates more than 3 times greater than women, which is primarily due to greater use of alcohol and tobacco among men.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials



 

EWING’S SARCOMA
HEAD & NECK
  • Head and neck cancer affects the mouth, throat, nose, sinuses, and the salivary gland. Mary Crowley is committed to expanding options to head and neck cancer patients through the use of investigational targeted, immune and combination therapies.
  • Learn more about the disease at National Cancer Institute
  • See available Clinical Trials
     
KIDNEY/RENAL
  • Mary Crowley is working closely with urologists, medical oncologists, and surgeons to provide clinical trials for kidney/renal cancer.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials


 

LIVER/HEPATOCELLULAR
  • Liver cancer is rapidly becoming more prevalent in the U.S., with limited approved treatment options. Mary Crowley is currently conducting trials with the HOPE of bringing more effective therapies closer to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval.  
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials


 

LUNG/NON-SMALL CELL
  • One of the more commonly seen cancer types at Mary Crowley with an extensive list of available clinical trials
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
LUNG/SMALL CELL
LYMPHOMA
MELANOMA
  • Mary Crowley conducted clinical trials on many approved melanoma treatments available today. However, new clinical trials have different mechanistic approaches than those previously approved by FDA.
  • Read about Mary Crowley patient, Kimberly Hinshaw's story that started with a pimple like lesion, leading her to a successful immunotherapy clinical trial
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
MESOTHELIOMA
  • A rare asbestos-related cancer that forms on the thin protective tissue that covers the lung and abdomen.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
NEUROENDOCRINE
  • Neuroendocrine, is a name for cancers that are hormonal in nature and respond to a neurological stimulus. Neuroendocrine tumors are unique, in that they can arise from a multitude of different origins, but are more commonly found in the intestine, pancreas and lungs. Since each one of those organs have different functions, the symptoms associated with the different origins are unique.
  • See available Clinical Trials
OVARIAN
  • Ovarian cancer is hard to detect early. Women with ovarian cancer may have no symptoms or mild symptoms until the disease is in an advanced stage. Watch video of Mary Crowley ovarian patients, community gynecological oncologists and medical oncologists that speak about the challenges.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
PANCREATIC
  • As one of the most deadly forms of cancer, Mary Crowley works diligently to find more effective
  • therapies for pancreatic cancer. By providing unique options through clinical trials, we’re providing HOPE that pancreatic cancer will become a more manageable disease.
  • Read about Mary Crowley patient, Whitney Harwell's Story with pancreatic cancer.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
PROSTATE
  • Mary Crowley remains on the forefront of new therapies for prostate cancer, by offering gene, cellular and immune therapies to patients.  
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
SARCOMA
  • This relatively rare disease includes tumors of bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, vascular and hematopoietic tissues.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
SQUAMOUS CELL
  • Squamous cell carcinoma or squamous cell cancer (SCC or SqCC) is a cancer of a kind of epithelial cell, the squamous cell. These cells are the main part of the epidermis of the skin, and this cancer is one of the major forms of skin cancer. However, squamous cells also occur in the lining of the digestive tract, lungs, and other areas of the body, and SCC occurs as a form of cancer in diverse tissues, including the lips, mouth, esophagus, urinary bladder, prostate, lung, vagina, and cervix, among others.
  • Learn more about the disease at American Cancer Society
  • See available Clinical Trials
STOMACH/GASTRIC-UPPER & LOWER
THYROID