Treatments of tomorrow.

You are in control of your treatment path, and we are here to help guide you.

Why clinical trials might be right for you:
  • It provides access to potentially life-saving treatments that may not be available through standard care. This can be particularly beneficial for patients with advanced or rare cancers who have exhausted other treatment options.
  • Clinical trials often involve cutting-edge therapies that have shown promise in preclinical studies, offering patients the opportunity to receive novel treatments that could improve their outcomes. Clinical trials involve close monitoring and follow-up, ensuring patients receive comprehensive care and support throughout the trial.
  • Participating in a clinical trial can provide patients with a sense of empowerment and hope, as they are actively contributing to the advancement of cancer research and helping to improve care for future patients.
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Find out if a clinical trial is the right treatment path for you.

Search available clinical trials by category and site.

Contact your clinic location or ask your provider about interest in a clinical trial at your next appointment.

Call your preferred clinic location and request an appointment to discuss interest in a clinical trial.

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What do all the numbers mean on clinical trials?

National Clinical Trial Identifier

The National Clinical Trial (NTC) is assigned by the National Library of Medicine at website when a new study appears in the clinical trials data base.

ex: NCT0526225 | GY026 | NRG


Any unique identifier assigned to the protocol by the sponsor.

ex: NCT0526225 | GY026 | NRG


A sponsor is an individual, institution, company or organization that takes the responsibility to initiate, manage and/or finance the clinical trial.

Many cancer clinical trials are funded by the National Cancer Institute, but some are funded by the pharmaceutical industry.

ex: NCT0526225 | GY026 | NRG