Over 50,000 women will be diagnosed with DCIS this year.

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Expanding Knowledge & Options


What is COMET?

COMET stands for Comparison of Operative to Monitoring and Endocrine Therapy (COMET). The COMET Study will help researchers learn more about low-risk DCIS.

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Why COMET?

The goal is to learn if women with low-risk DCIS can avoid aggressive treatments and their physical and/or emotional side effects.

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Researchers are actively working to determine whether DCIS can be managed safely without surgery.


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Clinical Trials Provide Access

Clinical trials allow access to new investigational treatments and accelerate improvements in medical discoveries for the future.

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Clinical Trials Can Be Rewarding

Patients who participate in clinical trials often report that it is a positive experience.

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Clinical Trials Follow Strict Guidelines

Clinical trials are designed to ensure that participants' rights and welfare are safeguarded, and that the risks to participation are minimized.

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I learned that I have DCIS options.

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My doctor told me about the COMET Study.

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Making decisions about DCIS can be challenging — you are not alone.