National Cancer Institute
U.S. National Institutes of Health |

NCI Home
Cancer Topics
Clinical Trials
Cancer Statistics
Research & Funding
About NCI
Conducting Clinical Trials

General Information

Data and Safety Monitoring

List a Trial in NCI's PDQ®

Becoming a Co-Investigator

Starting a New Clinical Trial

Data Collection and Reporting

Participants in Clinical Trials

NIH Clinical Research Network Inventory

Insurance Coverage

Online Training and Education

Bibliographic Databases

Page Options
View Entire Document
Quick Links
Director's Corner

Dictionary of Cancer Terms

NCI Drug Dictionary

Funding Opportunities

NCI Publications

Advisory Boards and Groups

Science Serving People

NCI Highlights
High Dose Chemotherapy Prolongs Survival for Leukemia

Prostate Cancer Study Shows No Benefit for Selenium, Vitamin E

Past Highlights
Data and Safety Monitoring

Data and Safety Monitoring Guidelines
(Posted: 04/27/2000, Reviewed: 01/26/2005) - A guide to the formulation of DSM plans for all phases of cancer clinical trials, in accordance with NIH requirements.

Data and Safety Monitoring Example Plans
(Posted: 07/08/2002, Reviewed: 01/26/2005) - Examples of NCI-approved Institutional Data and Safety Monitoring Plans, submitted by NCI-designated Cancer Centers.

< Previous Section  |  Next Section >

A Service of the National Cancer Institute
Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health