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New Cancer Treatment Is Incredibly Effective
 
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Researchers from Stanford University looked into a possible cancer vaccine and through their clinical trials found out it is incredibly effective. Ana Kasparian, Grace Baldridge, and Mark Thompson, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://www.tytnetwork.com/join Read more here: https://www.livescience.com/62161-cancer-vaccine-trial.html "A promising new cancer "vaccine" that cured up to 97 percent of tumors in mice will soon be tested in humans for the first time — but experts say that we're still a long way off from this type of drug being prescribed to cancer patients. Researchers from Stanford University will test the therapy in about 35 people with lymphoma by the end of the year, according to SFGate, a local news outlet in San Francisco. The treatment stimulates the body's immune system to attack cancer cells. In studies in mice with various cancers — including lymphoma, breast cancer and colon cancer — the treatment eliminated cancer tumors in 87 out of 90 mice, even when the tumors had spread to other parts of the body, the researchers said." Hosts: Ana Kasparian, Grace Baldridge, and Mark Thompson Cast: Ana Kasparian, Grace Baldridge, and Mark Thompson *** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. https://goo.gl/tJpj1m Subscribe to The Young Turks on YouTube: https://goo.gl/a3JY9i Like The Young Turks on Facebook: https://goo.gl/txrhrh Follow The Young Turks on Twitter: https://goo.gl/w6ahdV Buy TYT Merch: https://goo.gl/KVysaM Download audio and video of the full two hour show on-demand + the members-only post game show by becoming a member at https://goo.gl/v8E64M. Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. A young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations.(American Heritage Dictionary)
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Texas Statewide Cancer Clinical Trials Network
 
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Texas Statewide Cancer Clinical Trials Network
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Cancer survivor Philip Prichard’s clinical trial success story
 
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Physicians at MD Anderson Cancer Center proposed a clinical trial for Philip Prichard using immunotherapy – a unique and personal approach to treating cancer tumors. After 8 weeks his tumor shrunk in half. After 13 months 75% of the tumor was gone. Learn more at http://makingcancerhistory.com
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Clinical Trials Patient Story
 
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At any one time, more than 300 trials are in progress across The Network for many cancer diagnoses. Watch this video that highlights the importance of patient participation in clinical trials told through one patient’s experience. Through US Oncology Research, community oncology practices across the country have enrolled more than 65,000 patients to clinical trials contributing to 65 FDA approvals to date. Visit usoncology.com to see if there is a trial available that might help you.
Clinical Trials at Massey
 
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Khalid Matin, M.D., medical director of community oncology and clinical research affiliations at Massey, sits down to talk about Massey's clinical trials network, what clinical trials mean for Massey patients and how philanthropic support makes an impact. Website: http://www.massey.vcu.edu Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/VCUMasseyCancerCenter Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/vcumassey VCU Massey Cancer Center is one of only 68 National Cancer Institute-designated institutions in the country that leads and shapes America's cancer research efforts. Working with all kinds of cancers, Massey conducts basic, translational and clinical cancer research, provides state-of-the-art treatments and clinical trials, and promotes cancer prevention and education. Since 1974, Massey has served as an internationally recognized center of excellence. It offers the most cancer clinical trials in Virginia and serves patients at 10 locations. Its 1,000-plus researchers, clinicians and staff members are dedicated to improving the quality of human life by developing and delivering effective means to prevent, control and ultimately cure cancer. Visit Massey online at www.massey.vcu.edu or call 877-4-MASSEY for more information.
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'I'm The Sole Survivor Of A Cancer Drug Trial' | Studio 10
 
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Michael Crossland shares his incredible story of surviving *cancer* as a child and going on to helping humanity. Studio 10 | 8:30 AM - 12 PM weekdays on Channel TEN Network Ten’s morning show Studio 10 is hosted by Sarah Harris, Joe Hildebrand, Jessica Rowe, Ita Buttrose and Denise Drysdale, along with Jonathan Coleman and reporter David (Robbo) Robinson. Subscribe to the 'Studio 10' Channel here: http://bit.ly/2boxlSO Like & comment 'Studio 10' on Facebook: https://facebook.com/studio10au Follow & tweet 'Studio 10' (@studio10au) on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Studio10au Follow & double tap 'Studio 10' (@studio10au) on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/studio10au Tag us using the hashtag: #Studio10 Check out biographies of our hosts & more info about the show here: http://bit.ly/2baEDsI Watch full episodes of 'Studio 10' here: http://tenplay.com.au/channel-ten/studio-10 Join our LIVE studio audience at our studio in Pyrmont in Sydney, Australia. Grab your free tickets here: http://bit.ly/2ee57JO Live elsewhere? Email studio10tickets@networkten.com.au to see if we come to a city near you! Have a burning question? Submit yours to Australian media legend, Ita Buttrose here: http://bit.ly/29NfT9r Check out guests tour dates & cooking recipes here: http://bit.ly/2bvO8EW
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Gynecologic Cancer Clinical Trials: What This Means for You
 
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The Foundation for Women's Cancer and Society of Gynecologic have released a video teaching tool for patients who might be interested in participating in gynecologic cancer clinical trials. This 19-minute program, “Gynecologic Cancer Clinical Trials: What This Means for You,” includes interviews with clinical trials patients describing their experiences as well as SGO member experts who debunk some of the misconceptions and myths surrounding clinical trials.
Breast Cancer Clinical Trials - MedStar Health Cancer Network
 
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Jean Flack, Manager of Oncology Research at MedStar Health Cancer Network, discusses clinical trials during Think Pink Housecalls on WMAR Channel 2 News. To learn more about clinical trials visit http://ow.ly/8Ews30eseiy.
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Precision Medicine in NCI’s National Clinical Trials Network: Progress and Lessons Learned
 
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Join the discussion about "National Clinical Trials Network: Progress and Lessons Learned," including the latest information related to precision medicine in cancer, as well as two NCI precision medicine clinical trials: NCI-MATCH and NCI-Pediatric MATCH..   NCI’s Jeff Abrams, M.D., Acting Director for Clinical Research in the Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis (DCTD) and Associate Director of the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP) and Nita Seibel, M.D., Head of the Pediatric Solid Tumor Therapeutics in the Clinical Investigations Branch of CTEP, DCTD will host a Google Hangout on Air. The discussion will be moderated by Andrea Denicoff, R.N., N.P, Head, NCTN Clinical Trials Operations in the Investigational Drug Branch of CTEP, DCTD.
Clinical Trials
 
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Clinical trials are key to advancing cancer care. The US Oncology Network provides access to hundreds of clinical trials while easing the administrative burden of conducting them.
Understanding Gynecologic Cancer Clinical Trials
 
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Produced by the Society of Gynecologic Oncology (SGO) and the Foundation for Women’s Cancer (FWC), “Understanding Gynecologic Cancer Clinical Trials” is a useful resource for patients who might be considering a clinical trial. It explains the main phases of clinical trials, as well as the possible differences between treatment arms.
Clinical Trials Fight Stage Four Cancer
 
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At 43 years old, Paul has stage four cancer. Oncologists enrolled him in a new, innovative clinical trial treatment regimen at Saint Alphonsus. Watch as Paul and his family get some news they didn't expect.
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Clinical Trials - Cancer
 
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Bendigo Health discussions on clinical trials related to cancer treatment
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Patient information on PET scans in cancer clinical trials
 
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The NCRI PET Research Network has produced this video to give patients an idea of what is involved when you have a PET scan. PET stands for 'Positron Emission Tomography'. The video also explains the science behind a PET scan, and the ways PET might be used in cancer clinical trials. This information is aimed at adults, as the process for PET scans in children is different, and covers the general principles of having a scan -- it does not replace individualised information that you receive from your doctor or nurse. 2012.
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Cancer Clinical Trials Webinar for Cancer Coaches
 
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BioCanRx, Network of Networks (N2) and the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation (Cancer Foundation) came together to create this webinar for the cancer coaches at the Cancer Foundation as a tool for raising awareness about cancer clinical trials and for building capacity in serving and supporting people living with cancer, so that more people can access clinical trials. This is the video of the webinar that was co-hosted by the three partners on June 12, 2017, at the Cancer Foundation’s Maplesoft Centre, the Cancer Survivorship Centre. The webinar was moderated by Renée Leduc from BioCanRx, and general information and resources about cancer clinical trials were provided by: • Dr. Natasha Kekre from the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; • Faye Aspelund from the Canadian Cancer Clinical Trials Network and The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre; • Jill Hamer-Wilson, who has participated in a clinical trial; and • Dawn Richards from N2. The video also features a question and answer session at the end of the webinar, between the webinar speakers and participants (i.e. the cancer coaches at the Cancer Foundation). Link to webinar slides: https://biocanrx.com/patients/patient-and-other-resources Webinar agenda: • Welcome & Introduction by Renée Leduc and Dawn Richards 0:00 • Introduction to Clinical Trials: 1) Why do we do cancer clinical trials, 2) What are cancer clinical trials, 3) Why might you want to participate by Dr. Natasha Kekre 4:50 • The Coordination of Clinical Trials and What to Expect by Faye Aspelund 35:47 • Clinical Trial Participant's Experience by Jill Hamer-Wilson 46:04 • N2 & Ottawa Hospital Resources by Dawn Richards and Faye Aspelung 1:07:11 • Questions? 1:18:16 • Closing Remarks 1:44:40 BioCanRx, N2 and the Cancer Foundation wish to thank the webinar speakers and participants for their time and dedication in working together on this webinar, with special thanks to the speakers for generously sharing their expertise, experience and unique insights. We hope that this webinar has helped answer your questions about cancer clinical trials. For more information, please contact BioCanRx, N2 and the Cancer Foundation. BioCanRx: https://biocanrx.com/ N2: http://n2canada.ca Cancer Foundation: http://www.ottawacancer.ca/
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Clinical Trials - a patient's experience
 
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Clinical Trails - a blood cancer patient's perspective on clinical trials and an overview of early clinical trials from the Director of Blood Cancer Network Ireland, Prof MichaelO'Dwyer
"I'm Cancer Free" After Melanoma Clinical Trial - Lehigh Valley Health Network
 
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Richard Dey was given just months to live after his melanoma cancer returned. His oncologist told him his only hope was a clinical trial. Research online revealed the trial was available at two locations in Pennsylvania. After meeting hematology oncologist Suresh Nair, MD, at Lehigh Valley Health Network, Richard began treatments with two immunotherapy medications and is now in remission. Lehigh Valley Health Network Cancer Institute is proud to be part of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance, an initiative to improve the quality of care and outcomes for patients with cancer in community health settings. Learn more about our clinical trials and partnership with the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance at LVHN.org/msk.
Overcoming Terminal Lung Cancer with Clinical Trial - Lehigh Valley Health Network
 
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When war veteran Jonathan Gyuran experienced chest pains at work, he thought he was having a heart attack. Within 24 hours, tests conducted at Lehigh Valley Health Network revealed the true cause: cancer that had spread to both lungs. Lehigh Valley Health Network medical oncologist Brian Patson, MD, suggested a clinical trial that was ultimately able to help Jonathan beat the odds and put his cancer into remission. Lehigh Valley Health Network Cancer Institute is proud to be part of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance, an initiative to improve the quality of care and outcomes for patients with cancer in community health settings. Learn more about our clinical trials and partnership with the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance at LVHN.org/msk.
Clinical Trials in The US Oncology Network
 
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Research and Clinical Trials are an integral part of advancing cancer care. The physicians and staff in The US Oncology Network are helping to advance cancer care in community practices with novel therapies.
Dateline Health Show 443: Clinical Trials for Cancer - American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
 
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This episode of Dateline Health discusses tips and options for treatment if you or a loved one is diagnosed with cancer. Guests: T.J. Sharpe and Michael Kasper M.D.
Clinical Trials – Improving treatments to improve the lives of patients
 
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Better treatment options for patients will only happen through clinical trials. They also provide patients with early access to cutting-edge treatment options. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network strongly recommends that patients consider clinical trials at diagnosis and during every treatment decision. Learn more about clinical trials on our website: pancan.org/clinicaltrials
The Benefits of Clinical Trials
 
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Pancreatic cancer patients who participate in clinical research have better outcomes. Every treatment available today was approved through a clinical trial. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network strongly recommends clinical trials at diagnosis and during every treatment decision. http://pcan.at/CTvid16
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Clinical Trial
 
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Nasser Hanna, MD, discusses a phase II trial of concurrent chemoradiation with consolidation Pembrolizumab for the treatment of inoperable or unresectable stage III non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). Hoosier Cancer Research Network: LUN14-179 http://www.hoosiercancer.org/clinical-trials
Clinical Trials for Bladder Cancer
 
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Clinical Trials for Bladder Cancer. A clinical trial is a study that evaluates how well a new medical intervention works. Clinical trials can study treatments, screening procedures, and prevention methods. They’re important to cancer research because they allow doctors and scientists to learn about new cancer treatments. These new treatments may help patients who weren’t treated successfully with standard therapies. Clinical trials can also get newer, more effective, less toxic treatments approved for all cancer patients. Deciding to participate in a clinical trial can be intimidating. But it’s important to remember that standard therapies are only available because patients were willing to participate in a clinical trial. What are the stages of a clinical trial?. Clinical trials have four stages or phases that are usually conducted when studying possible treatments or drugs. The higher the phase, the more information there is on the safety and effectiveness of the drug. *Phase 1: This is the first step in testing any investigational drug in humans. It’s usually the first time the drug or treatment has been given to humans. Normally, the treatment is given only to a small group of people. Phase 1 is for evaluating the treatment’s safety, determining a safe and tolerable dosage range, and identifying possible side effects. *Phase 2: During phase 2, the drug or treatment is given to a larger group of people. This helps researchers to better understand its safety and effectiveness. *Phase 3: This phase focuses on the effectiveness of the drug or treatment. It usually involves comparing the experimental treatment to the current standard treatment. Phase 3 trials usually involve a large amount of people. *Phase 4: This phase usually takes place after the treatment or drug has been approved for standard use. It further evaluates the long-term safety and effectiveness of a drug. Phase 4 likely has numerous participants from multiple treatment centers. Where can I find a clinical trial?. Your best resource for finding a trial that’s right for you may be asking your doctor. Many doctors keep up with ongoing research and may know of your options for clinical trials. If you’re considering looking into clinical trials as possible treatment options, let your doctor know. Many websites are available to help patients find clinical trials that might be appropriate for them. Some of these websites are cancer specific. Others help patients with any diagnosis find a trial for them. Examples include: *National Cancer Institute. *Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network. *NIH Clinical Trials Registry. *American Cancer Society Clinical Trials Matching Service. How do I know if I can participate in a clinical trial?. Clinical trials will share their inclusion criteria openly. You must meet certain criteria to be a participant. Some trials may also give a list of exclusion criteria. Meeting anything on the exclusion criteria list would mean someone isn’t eligible to participate. Before participating in a clinical trial, the research team will ask you many questions to make sure you meet their criteria. If I join a clinical trial for a treatment, is there a chance I may be given a placebo instead? A placebo is a harmless treatment (sometimes called a sugar pill). When placebos are used in clinical trials, the participants are usually randomly assigned to receive either the experimental drug or a placebo. Most often, the trial participants will not be told whether they’ll receive the study drug or the placebo. This is called a blind study. In some cases, the scientist will also not know which participant will receive which drug. This is called a double blind study. The effects of the experimental drug or treatment are then compared to the effects of the placebo. This experimental design removes any psychological impacts on outcomes. This lets researchers more accurately test the effects and side effects of the drug or treatment. Placebos are used very rarely in cancer clinical trials. Instead of giving a placebo, participants typically either get the experimental treatment or the “standard therapy.” The standard therapy is the recommended treatment for their specific cancer. This lets researchers see the impact of the experimental treatment, but ensures all participants get at least the standard treatment for their cancer. Will my insurance cover the cost of a clinical trial?. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act mandates that most insurance companies cover the routine patient costs from clinical trials, as long as the following criteria are met: All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
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Create a Clinical Trials Network Devoted Exclusively to Immunotherapy - Blue Ribbon Panel 2016
 
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Establish a cancer immunotherapy clinical trials network devoted exclusively to discovering and evaluating immunotherapy approaches. Get more information at http://go.usa.gov/xWt2d. What is the Cancer Moonshot? During During his State of the Union address on January 12, 2016, President Barack Obama announced the establishment of a new Cancer Moonshot to accelerate cancer research. The initiative—led by Vice President Joe Biden—aims to make more therapies available to more patients, while also improving our ability to prevent cancer and detect it at an early stage. What is the Blue Ribbon Panel? To ensure that the Cancer Moonshot's goals and approaches are grounded in the best science, President Obama directed the Moonshot Task Force to consult with external experts, including the presidentially appointed National Cancer Advisory Board (NCAB). A Blue Ribbon Panel of experts was established as a working group of the NCAB to assist the board in providing this advice.
Sarah Cannon Blood Cancer Network – Clinical Trials
 
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Sarah Cannon has been a leader in clinical research for over 20 years. Through Sarah Cannon Blood Cancer Network clinical trials, physicians are able to provide novel therapies to their patients and collect meaningful data to improve outcomes.
Steps to Find a Clinical Trial
 
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A step-by-step guide on how to find a clinical trial. http://www.cancer.gov/trialguide
Lung Cancer Clinical Trial: Taxotere with or without Opdivo
 
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Learn about a clinical trial that may help answer questions about the role of immunotherapy in combination with chemotherapy in treating patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer whose disease worsened after initial response to immunotherapy. http://hoosiercancer.org/clinical-trials/trial/lun15-233/
When Should I Ask About Immunotherapy Trials for Glioblastoma? - Ask a Scientist
 
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David Reardon, M.D., clinical director of the Center for Neuro-Oncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and member of Cancer Research Institute’s Clinical Trials Network, answers pressing questions from patients about cancer immunotherapy. For more, visit cancerresearch.org/askascientist
Consider Pancreatic Cancer Clinical Trials
 
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Pancreatic cancer patients who participate in clinical research have better outcomes. Every treatment available today was approved through a clinical trial. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network strongly recommends clinical trials at diagnosis and during every treatment decision. Contact Patient Central at patientcentral@pancan.org or go here for more info: pancan.org/clinicaltrials
Using Social Media to Recruit for Cancer Clinical Trials
 
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Alicia Staley, survivor and patient advocacy manager of Cure Forward, discusses the potential use of social media to recruit for clinical trials for new cancer treatment. Staley explains that the peer-to-peer network that social media offers would be a great tool to connect patients and researchers across the nation and get more enrollment in clinical trials.
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What Brain Cancer Patients Should Know about Clinical Trials
 
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With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial. This video was made by McMaster Demystifying Medicine students Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban. Copyright McMaster University 2018 References: 1. NIH's Definition of a Clinical Trial | grants.nih.gov [Internet]. [updated 2017 Aug 8; cited 2018 Mar 4]. Available from: https://grants.nih.gov/policy/clinica... 2. Canada H. Clinical Trials and Drug Safety - Canada.ca [Internet]. 2013 [updated 2013 May; cited 2018 Mar 4]. Available from: https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canad... 3. Ramers-Verhoeven C, Perrone F, Oliver K. Exploratory research into cancer patients’ attitudes to clinical trials. ecancermedicalscience [Internet]. 2014 May [cited 2018 Feb 17];2014;8:432. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... 4. DasMahapatra P, Raja P, Gilbert J, Wicks P. Clinical trials from the patient perspective: survey in an online patient community. BMC Health Services Research [Internet]. 2017 Feb [cited 2018 Feb 14];17(1):166. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2... 5. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada: Research & Clinical Trials [Internet]. 2018 [cited 2018 Mar 5]. Available from: https://www.braintumour.ca/2766/resea... 6. Canadian Brain Tumour Consortium. Canadian Brain Tumour Consortium [Internet]. 2016 [updated 2018 Mar; cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: http://www.cbtc.ca 7. Ontario Cancer Trials [Internet]. 2018 [updated 2018 Mar; cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: http://www.ontario.canadiancancertria... 8. It Starts With Me [Internet]. 2018 [cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: http://itstartswithme.ca 9. Canadian Cancer Trials [Internet]. [updated 2018 Mar; cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: http://www.canadiancancertrials.ca/ 10. Canadian Cancer Clinical Trials Network [Internet]. 2013 [cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: http://3ctn.ca 11. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada: Patient Handbooks [Internet]. 2018 [cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: https://www.braintumour.ca/243/patien... 12. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada: BrainWAVE Program [Internet]. 2018 [cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: https://www.braintumour.ca/97/brainwa... 13. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada [Internet]. 2018 [updated 2018; cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: http://www.braintumourevents.ca/ 14. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada: One-on-One Support [Internet]. 2018 [cited 2018 Mar 6]. Available from: https://www.braintumour.ca/617/one-on... Additional Resource Links: ClinicalTrials.gov is essentially the same as Ontario Cancer Trials, but for the United States. The International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) aims to promote and support neuroscience around the world, with schools situated globally to achieve their mission of advancing the work of individual scientists and research communities. Their focus is on training young scientists and striving to bridge connections between young and more established neuroscientists. National Brain Tumor Society (US) strives to provide a comprehensive list of resources and support services for the brain tumour community, with one key feature being their US clinical trial finder. The Ontario Institute for Cancer Research is a non-for-profit research institute that focuses on implementing new findings in cancer research to the clinic. They achieve this through collaboration of translational work from numerous interdisciplinary scientists across Ontario. Additional Clinical Trial Paper: Ibrahim G, Chung C, Bernstein M. Competing for patients: an ethical framework for recruiting patients with brain tumors into clinical trials. J Neurooncol [Internet]. 2011 [cited 2018 Mar 13];104:623–627. Available from: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf... This describes an ethical dilemma for patients eligible for multiple clinical trials, with the decision to: 1) let patient choose after full disclosure (i.e. discuss risks and treatment), 2) have healthcare provider choose in paternalistic approach or 3) employ random approach of either option.
Clinical Trials in Your Community - NCI Community Oncology Research Program
 
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The NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) is a national network of investigators, cancer care providers, academic institutions, and other organizations. NCORP conducts multi-site cancer clinical trials and studies in diverse populations in community-based healthcare systems across the United States and Puerto Rico. More information is available at: https://ncorp.cancer.gov https://prevention.cancer.gov
Clinical trial was the right choice for lung cancer survivor
 
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When Georgia Dominick was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic lung cancer in Aug. 2014, an Alabama oncologist told her she only had a year left to live. But Georgia didn’t accept that prognosis and came to MD Anderson instead. Here, she took part in a clinical trial involving a new immunotherapy drug for people with her exact type of cancer. She is now two years post-diagnosis, and is considered in remission. “If I had the choice of going anywhere else in the world for free, I would stay right here,” she says. MD Anderson offers many clinical trials for all different cancers. To learn more about clinical trials and search for clinical trials, visit https://www.mdanderson.org/patients-family/diagnosis-treatment/clinical-trials.html
SNMMI Clinical Trials Network - Interview with Vice Chair
 
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The Vice Chair of the SNMMI Clinical Trials Network Leadership Committee, Jonathan McConathy, MD, PhD, talks to SNMMI TV at SNMMI 2017 about both the exciting and challenging things happening with CTN.
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How We Make Advances Through Clinical Trials
 
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Better treatment options for patients will only happen through clinical trials! Learn more about clinical trials here: http://pcan.at/CTvid16
Prof Michael O'Dwyer "Development of early phase clinical trials in Ireland"
 
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Prof Michael O'Dwyer, Director of Blood Cancer Network Ireland (BCNI), presents the BCNI's activities and vision for early phase clinical trials in blood cancers in Ireland.
Jean Flack Discusses Clinical Trials - MedStar Health Cancer Network
 
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Jean Flack, BSN, OCN, CCRC, Manager, Oncology Research discusses clinical trials and why you should participate during Think Pink Housecalls. To learn more about clinical trials visit http://bit.ly/2iaqyOe.
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More Clinical Trials for Cancer Treatment - The Medical Center’s 90 Seconds to Better Health
 
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The Medical Center’s recent affiliation with UK Markey Cancer Center Network means more clinical trials for cancer treatment are available close to home than ever before. In this video, Dr. Rishi Agarwal explains the benefits of clinical trials, such as access to a promising new medication or treatment long before it is available for commercial use.
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Clinical Trials for Breast Cancer - MedStar Health Cancer Network
 
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Dr. Suman Rao, Medical Oncologist and Hematologist at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center discusses the advantages of clinical trials for breast cancer. Learn more about clinical trials at http://ow.ly/TIKIB
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WEBINAR: Clinical Trials 101
 
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Don’t miss our upcoming webinars: Subscribe today! In this webinar: This webinar will tell you what you need to know about clinical trials, their history, and help you prepare for a trial. If you’re currently considering participating in a clinical trial, we hope that this webinar helps to answer many of your questions. In the presentation you'll learn the difference between different types of clinical trial and the design and purpose of clinical trials, and you'll get an inside look at the approval process. We also heard from our patient panel and asked them to share some of their experiences with clinical trials. The webinar was hosted by Dawn Richards, Director of Patient and Public Engagement at Clinical Trials Ontario and featured a panel of patients, James Davidson, Eric Pitters and Kathie LaForge. View the slide deck: https://www.slideshare.net/jackiemanthorne/clinical-trials-101-81524463 To learn more about CCSN, visit us at survivornet.ca Follow CCSN on social media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/survivornetca Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CanadianSurvivorNet Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/survivornet_ca/ Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/survivornetwork
Involving patients in clinical trial design: a message to academia and industry
 
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Jan Geissler from CML Advocates Network calls out to academia and industry to create and implement structured operating procedures so that patient values and patient-centric outcomes are part of initial clinical trial design. This video was recorded at the European Society of Hematology congress in Madrid, Spain.
Clinical trial participation is key video
 
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Participation in clinical trials is critical for improving the treatment of cancer, says Alberto S. Pappo, MD, from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in this video from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), a not-for-profit alliance of 21 of the world's leading cancer centers dedicated to improving the quality and effectiveness of care for cancer patients. For more information on cancer, including the NCCN Guidelines for Patients, visit www.NCCN.com.
Clinical Trials 101 Part I: What You Should Know
 
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Do you know the benefits of participating in a bladder cancer clinical trial? Is a clinical trial right for you? This video will cover the basics of what you should know about clinical trials with valuable knowledge and commentary from Marisa Lozano, RN, OCN, CCRP, Research Nurse Manager and Alice Abraham, RN, BSN, CCRP, Research Nurse Supervisor from the Department of Urology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. This is Part 1 of 3 of the Patient Insight Webinars in the Clinical Trials 101 Series.
Find The Right Pancreatic Clinical Trial
 
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Pancreatic cancer patients who participate in clinical research have better outcomes. Every treatment available today was approved through a clinical trial. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network strongly recommends clinical trials at diagnosis and during every treatment decision. Learn more at https://clinicaltrials.pancan.org/
Lung Cancer Clinical Trials: Advances in Immunotherapy
 
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NCI’s Dr. Shakun Malik, head of thoracic oncology therapeutics, and Janet Freeman-Daily, lung cancer patient activist and founding member of #LCSM, host a 30-minute Facebook Live event. The event streamed on November 17 at 8:00 pm ET on http://www.Facebook.com/cancer.gov. For more information on lung cancer, go to http://www.cancer.gov/lung
Cancer ‘vaccine’ successfully eliminates tumors in mice, clinical trials for humans underway
 
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An incredible breakthrough in cancer research was announced last week by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine when a cancer ‘vaccine’ successfully eliminated tumors in mice.
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Clinical Trials for Breast Cancer Vaccine - MedStar Health Cancer Network
 
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Mahsa Mohebtash, MD, medical oncologist, chief of medical oncology at hematology at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital, explains the breast cancer vaccine now available. Learn more about our clinical trials: http://ow.ly/SiOkP Contact Dr. Mohebtash: http://ow.ly/Ml7BG Video was taken during the 2014 Call 2 Breast Health event with ABC2 News. Lines are now closed.
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Living Healthy:  Clinical Trials for Lung cancer
 
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Living Healthy: Clinical Trials for Lung cancer
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