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The RAPID Program makes the contract resources from NCI's Division of Cancer Prevention available to academic and academically affiliated investigators for preclinical and early clinical drug development.

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Meetings usually are designed to encourage participants to discuss obstacles to translating basic research into clinical practice, identify critical questions that are of the highest priority for clinical investigation, and review the implications for design of phase III trials.

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The Rapid Access to Intervention Development (RAID) program facilitates translation to the clinic of novel, scientifically meritorious therapeutic interventions originating in the academic community.

Incorporating Cancer Clinical Trials Into Your Practice
A Web-based course for healthcare providers who are interested in becoming clinical trials investigators and incorporating clinical trials into their practice. If you are not already familiar with clinical trials, you may first wish to take the Cancer Clinical Trials Basics course.

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