Breastcancertrials.org matches the health history of the visitor to the eligibility criteria of participating clinical trials.
A company dedicated to providing patients and their advocates with a variety of information services and educational materials on clinical research. Their website provides an extensive list of IRB-approved clinical trials being conducted internationally. It also lists promising therapies newly approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
This website enables you to learn about and search for clinical trials conducted by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. These clinical trials represent the core of the clinical program of the NCI's Center for Cancer Research (CCR).
EmergingMed's mission is to leverage the power of the Internet to increase treatment options for people with serious illnesses and to speed up medication development through increased enrollment in clinical trials.
ENACCT’s mission is to improve access to cancer clinical trials through education and collaboration with communities, health care providers, and researchers.
Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups service providing up-to-date and accurate information about cancer clinical trials. TrialCheck is a free online navigation and matching system linking patients to unbiased cancer clinical trials. You may enter your zip code, diagnosis or age, and a tailored list of treatment trials is displayed. Trial information can be easily downloaded for discussion with a physician regarding potential for enrollment.
The NCI’s clinical trials page includes an excellent explanation of clinical trials and suggestions on how to decide whether to participate in one. Find specific trials through its database, the Physician's Data Query (PDQ), and links to websites of cancer centers around the country.
The Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP) created this free service to help you find clinical trials in your community that may be right for you. SearchClinicalTrials.org staff members search multiple government registries to find trials for you and email or mail you the results as well as a free educational brochure. You can also learn more about clinical trials, including benefits and risks.