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    Hi Shanna,

    Welcome to the site. Sorry that you had to find us all here and I am sorry also to hear about your mum. We have a clinical trial part of the website that may be of interest and use to you about all I think the trials that are available for CC patients. Perhaps doing some searching through will give you some idea of what is out there for trials. It can be found here –

    Also, please have a talk with your mums doctors, onc and medical team about possible trials and see what they say about things. I hope some of the info here on the site will be useful to you and please keep on coming back here as well. We are all here for you. Good luck with looking for trials and everything and please keep us updated on everything.

    My best wishes to you and your mum,



    Dear Shanna, welcome to our remarkable family and to the best place to be for CC support. May I ask where Mom is being treated? Not sure about how to find out about trials but would think the Oncologist would know. I also know someone will come along here and advise you how to do this. I just wanted to welcome you and below is a site you may find helpful. Please keep us updated on Mom’s progress as we truly care.


    My mother was diagnosed about a year ago with cholangiocarcinoma. She had 1/2 of her liver and gall bladder removed last fall (2015) and continues to have several lessons in the other lobe if her liver. Soon she will be receiving radioactive breads and morr chemo. I would love to see if she qualifies for a clinical trial, but am not sure how to do this. Thank you for this forum.


    The highlighted clinical trial studies are submitted to us by the investigators. The accompanying patient friendly version allows for a better understanding of the context.

    To find a more comprehensive list of trials go to the section of our site.

    Always discuss with your physician.

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