phase II clinical trial
Pronunciation: (fayz … KLIH-nih-kul TRY-ul)
A study that tests whether a new treatment works for a certain type of cancer or other disease (for example, whether it shrinks a tumor or improves blood test results). Phase II clinical trials may also provide more information about the safety of the new treatment and how the treatment affects the body.
Source: NCI Dictionary of Cancer TermsDate last modified: 2015-09-29