Finding a Clinical Trial

Approved by the Cancer.Net Editorial Board, 09/2017

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, a good first step is to talk with your doctor. New clinical trials are being created constantly. There are a number of organizations that list open clinical trials. This helps people interested in joining a clinical trial find one that may be appropriate for them. Remember to talk with your doctor for more information about any of the clinical trials you find.

General clinical trial listings

The organizations listed below in alphabetical order offer free, searchable listings of cancer clinical trials. Please note that if you select one of these websites, you will leave Cancer.Net. Other organizations that offer such search engines include individual medical/cancer centers, pharmaceutical companies, and patient advocacy organizations.

Disease-specific listings

The organizations listed in alphabetical order below provide clinical trials listings and other study opportunities for a specific type of cancer.

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PRE-ACT, Preparatory Education About Clinical Trials

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