Cancer Research UK has information at ‘Understanding Clinical Trials’.
Website To Boost Knowledge About Clinical Trials The US National Institute of Health has created a new website designed to encourage more people to participate in clinical trials by providing resources for locating such trials. The site also contains educational materials to help physicians talk to patients about clinical trials. More..
A Guide to Clinical Trials for Cancer Patients is a brochure to help you make an informed decision about becoming involved in clinical trials.
The American National Cancer Institute provides information
Find cancer trials
Be aware that websites based overseas may describe Cancer Trials that do not have any recruitment centres in Australia.
Clinical Trials in South Australia (information collated by Cancer Council SA)
Australian Cancer Trials website with information on all clinical cancer trials in Australia, for all ages, cancer types and disease stages. The website includes information on more than 1000 Australian trials that are currently recruiting patients. (Launched 10 Nov 2010)
Cancer Research UK ‘Find a Clinical Trial’ has very consumer-friendly information about cancer trials available in the UK.
CancerBackUp UK include details of cancer trials by the NCRN (National Cancer Research Network), Cancer Research UK and the EORTC (European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer). Trials run by the pharmaceutical industry are also included.
American National Institute of Health clinical trials website has a comprehensive listing of trials conducted in the United States and around the world. (NB not only cancer trials).
Australian Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR) is an on-line register of all clinical trials being undertaken in Australia and New Zealand and involving Australian/New Zealand researchers or participants (NB. not only for cancer trials). The ANZCTR includes trials across the therapeutic areas spectrum of pharmaceuticals, surgical procedures, preventive measures, lifestyle, devices, treatment and rehabilitation strategies and complementary therapies.
American National Cancer Institute (NCI) Clinical Trials Registry has detailed information about cancer trials sponsored by the NCI, pharmaceutical companies, medical centers, and other groups from around the world.
Cancer Australia provides online resources to assist 'people affected by cancer' to take a role informing cancer trials in Australia.
Learn about the 14 national Cancer Cooperative Trials Groups (CCTGs) in Australia.
Find out about consumer roles in the Clinical Trial Groups.
Understand how clinical trials are conducted.