Finding a Hematology and Oncology Clinical Trial

Finding a Clinical Trial

"Our research department provides a great service to our patients by offering state of the art clinical trials for most of the diseases we treat. The knowledge that is gained from these studies will certainly benefit our patients in the future."--Charles D. Webb, MD (2009)

Discuss the option of a clinical trial with your doctor.

The National Cancer Institute, drug companies, medical institutions, and other organizations sponsor clinical trials. Clinical trials take place in many settings, such as cancer centers, large medical offices, small hospitals and doctors' offices.

The National Cancer Institute maintains the most complete database of cancer clinical trials in the country. This database is called PDQ.

(Taking Part in Cancer Treatment Research Studies, NIH Publication 07-6249, July 2007)

To learn more about finding a clinical trial, please click on one or more of the links below:

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