St.Vincent Cancer Care is committed to providing comprehensive, evidence-based cancer care through a multidisciplinary approach, including access to a variety of clinical trials for new cancer treatments.
What are clinical trials?
Where do cancer clinical trials take place?
What are the phases of a cancer clinical trial?
What is the difference between “standard therapy” and “experimental therapy”?
What is a randomized cancer clinical trial?
If I enter a cancer clinical trial is there a chance I will receive a “placebo” (e.g., sugar pill) instead of a therapy that could treat my cancer?
Are cancer clinical trials just for advanced cancer?
St.Vincent Cancer Care also participates in other national clinical trials programs, including:
St.Vincent Cancer Care is committed to offering our patients access to research-based cancer care. Use the following search options to find clinical trials at St.Vincent Cancer Care. Contact the Data Analyst listed on the trial for additional information. Our database lists only trials currently open for enrollment. Please check back as new clinical trials are added on an ongoing basis.
Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups
Emerging Med Navigator
National Cancer Institute’s Clinical Trials Database
Special thanks to the Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups for providing expert content about clinical trials for this website.
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