Coordinating Center for Clinical Trials
Seeks to enhance the best of all the components of the NCI-supported clinical trials system to develop a cooperative enterprise built on a strong scientific infrastructure and a broadly engaged coalition of critical stakeholders.
NCI Clinical Trials Working Group
The Clinical Trials Working Group was established in January 2004 by Dr. Andrew von Eschenbach to advise the National Cancer Advisory Board's Clinical Investigations Subcommittee on issues concerning NCI-supported cancer clinical trials.
List of NCI-Designated Cancer Centers
The Cancer Centers Program of the NCI supports major academic and research institutions throughout the United States to sustain broad-based, coordinated, interdisciplinary programs in cancer research.
Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP)
CCOP enables patients and physicians to participate in clinical trials at 61 major research centers in 34 states across the country, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
NCI Community Cancer Centers Program
NCCCP is a three-year pilot program to test the concept of a national network of community cancer centers to expand cancer research and deliver the latest, most advanced cancer care to a greater number of Americans in the communities in which they live.
Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP)
CTEP is the program within the Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis that plans, assesses, and coordinates all aspects of clinical trials.
Division of Cancer Prevention Clinical Trials Management
Information for researchers about developing, reporting, and managing NCI-funded cancer prevention clinical trials.
Recommendations for the Safe Handling of Cytotoxic Drugs
A brochure (PDF file) from the National Institutes of Health's Office of Research Services.
Pediatric Brain Tumor Consortium
(Posted: 04/07/1999, Reviewed: 01/30/2006) - The National Cancer Institute (NCI) announced on April 5, 1999, that it had awarded funds for a Pediatric Brain Tumor Consortium, a network of medical centers that will evaluate promising treatments for children with brain malignancies.
Clinical Trials Education Series
The Clinical Trials Education Series is designed for cancer patients, health professionals, and the general public. It consists of 13 different educational materials (books, booklets, slides, videos) that can be ordered separately or viewed online.
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