NCI’s Center for Cancer Research (CCR) conducts more than 150 clinical trials at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. These trials may be viable treatment options for cancer patients. To help inform you about CCR and clinical trials in general, and to keep you updated regarding available clinical trials, NCI’s Center for Cancer Research has developed a variety of materials and resources that can be easily downloaded and printed.
Clinical Trials at NIH Disease-specific Folders
Ideal for use by advocates and health care providers, each disease-specific brochure/folder provides general disease-specific information and has a pocket for small (5” x 8”) protocol summaries of appropriate studies currently taking place at the NIH Clinical Center.
Orders should be placed approximately three weeks before needed to ensure that the protocol summaries are appropriately updated before being shipped.
Printable Clinical Trial Summaries
Search for Clinical Trials at NIH
To find and print a clinical trial summary for a specific clinical trial being conducted by CCR at NIH in Bethesda, Maryland, click on Search for Clinical Trials at NIH, find a specific clinical trial, and click on its title to see the clinical trial summary with print icon. These clinical trial summaries include trial-specific details such as the protocol title, key eligibility criteria, study outline, and study contact names and numbers.
Clinical Trials at NIH Patient Handbook
Provides an overview of cancer clinical trials and answers the following questions:
CCR Connections, NCI's Center for Cancer Research (CCR) magazine, is published twice yearly. Each edition highlights CCR's basic, translational, and clinical research, as well as its patients, scientists, and alumni, and demonstrates CCR's unique role in the cancer and HIV research community.
Volume 6, No. 1/ 2012
Volume 5, No. 2 | 2011
CCR at a Glance
The Center for Cancer Research (CCR) is home to more than 250 scientists and clinicians working in intramural research at NCI. CCR is organized into over 50 branches and laboratories, each one grouping scientists with complementary interests. CCR at a Glance gives a concise overview of CCR, including its organization, constantly evolving scientific workplace, and distinctive culture.