May 6, 2017 at 12:22 am #94713marionsModerator
You are welcome.
MarionMay 5, 2017 at 8:42 pm #94715jocelynrahmMember
Thank you for taking the time to do this, Marion.April 28, 2017 at 6:12 pm #94714positivityParticipant
Thanks for sharing all the resources for clinical trials.April 28, 2017 at 12:20 am #13262marionsModerator
If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, a good first step is to talk with your doctor. New clinical trials are being created constantly. There are a number of organizations that list open clinical trials. This helps people interested in joining a trial find one that may be appropriate for them. Remember to talk with your doctor for more information about any of the clinical trials you find.
General clinical trial listings
The organizations listed below in alphabetical order offer free, searchable listings of cancer clinical trials. Other organizations that offer such search engines include individual medical/cancer centers, pharmaceutical companies, and patient advocacy organizations.
Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP). The staff at CISCRP will search clinical trials for you for free. Just call the toll-free number or fill out the online form to request their help. They will send you the contact information for research studies by e-mail or regular mail.https://www.ciscrp.org/our-programs/search-clinical-trials/
CenterWatch provides information on clinical trials, including a database with thousands of open clinical trials.http://www.centerwatch.com/clinical-trials/listings/
ClinicalTrials.gov. This database of publicly and privately supported clinical trials is maintained by the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). It provides information on thousands of studies involving patients that are researching a wide variety of diseases and conditions, including cancer, in all 50 states and multiple countries.https://clinicaltrials.gov
Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups. This organization provides resources and information about clinical trials, including the ability to search for clinical trials. Patients can also talk with a specialist to help them find a clinical trial.http://www.cancertrialshelp.org
EmergingMed Navigator. EmergingMed offers a phone and Internet-based service that identifies clinical trial options that match a patient’s specific diagnosis, stage, and treatment history. Clinical trial specialists provide telephone support upon request to help connect eligible patients with IRB-approved study sites that are enrolling new participants.
National Cancer Institute (NCI) Clinical Trials: The NCI, part of the NIH, is the federal agency that provides funding for most U.S. cancer clinical trials. This comprehensive site provides information on both open and closed cancer clinical trials that are sponsored or supported by NCI. You can also search for NCI-supported clinical trials online.https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/treatment/clinical-trials/search
World Health Organization (WHO) International Clinical Trials Registry Platform Search Portal. The WHO coordinates health matters within the United Nations. This database allows people to search clinical trial registration information from many countries’ registries.
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