Clinical Trials in Your Community

Researchers in the NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) describe this national network of more than 9,000 doctors, nurses and research staff at over 1,000 sites across the United States, Puerto Rico and Guam. The program makes it easier for people from diverse settings to enroll in cancer clinical trials and seeks to improve cancer care for everyone.

The NationalCancer Institute: Published  May 16, 2019

Wheatcrafts Fight Against Cancer

Thank you to Jason and Ellen Wheatcraft and The Wheatcrafts Fight Against Cancer group. Your hard work and time dedicated to the event made the 4th Annual Fundraiser a huge success! Your generous contributions will benefit cancer patients in our communities!

Participating in Cancer Clinical Trials:
What You Need to Know

A National Cancer Institute cancer clinical trials educational video was created for people who are considering participation in a trial. The video explains and answers common questions about the types of clinical trials, how they are conducted, and factors to think about when deciding whether or not to participate in a trial. The video also features actual patients who share their reasons and decisions about participating in cancer clinical trials.

National Cancer Institute; Published on Feb 25, 2010