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Clinical Trial Search Tools

Last update: 03/23/2022

 

Focus on Clinical Trials 

Study Results for Lymphoma and CLL trials with start and end dates, number enrolled
 

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By Agent

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By Type of Lymphoma AND Treatment Status

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About Our Trial Tools

 

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Lymphoma and CLL Geographic Search by

State | World  Or search using
MAP of Study Locations

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List All Lymphoma and CLL Trials on ClinicalTrials.gov

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Phase I trials -- when to consider? 

Phase I Lymphoma and CLL trials on ClinicalTrials.gov

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Trial talk -- experts to consult on trials

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New trials since January 2021
 

Review: 7 Reasons to Consider Trials  | How to Ask About Trials

Call NCI | Tools  | Related Resources  | Trial Survey

Call National Cancer Institute toll-free: 1-800-4-CANCER

TTY: 1-800-332-8615  | 1-800-332-8615

By Sponsors  CALG-B (ALLIANCE) | NCTN (all cooperative groups) |
 Alliance and NCTN Clinical Trials (all cancers) including lymphoma

Search Tools:  See also Focus on Trials!

 

See Phase III for Lymphoma OR CLL (fixed)  With Results
comparing and advancing the standard of care
 
Search for trials using TrialCheck.org  
(easy to use - by Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups)

See NCI-sponsored trials for Lymphoma  Cancer.gov 

See International Clinical Trial Search by WHO

Other Ways to Locate Trials (such as by grade) 

Expanded Access Trials

Includes filters for age, fatigue, first-line, grade, phase, stage, and refractory

Essentials for Patients:

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How To Inquire About Clinical Trials

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7 Reasons to Consider Clinical Trials based on our clinical circumstances

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Questions for Your Doctor about Trials

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A way to start the conversation about trials (bring our survey to your next consult)  

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Our Travel and Lodging Resource page

Background for patients:

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Clinical Questions that Can Be Only Answered by Clinical Trials

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Important points about side effects

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Conflict of Interest in Medical Decision-making

Key questions for patients:

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Big Picture Questions

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What is the natural history of my type of lymphoma, and how effective is the standard of care? 

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What are my unique risk factors?

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What clinical trials are appropriate as therapy for my circumstance - which seem to compare well with the standard of care?

Research Advocacy

Our projects:

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Our Clinical Trial Surveys and Advocacy Projects

Oncologist survey (open)
 
Patient survey (complete) Report and JCO abstract

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Proposal for ClinicalTrials.gov (open) 

Background on urgent need to improve accrual

In an era of increasing opportunities to improve outcomes arising from insights into the biology of lymphoma there is a more urgent need to improve accrual!
 

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The Terrible impact of low and slow enrollment on clinical research 

And related articles on the crisis in clinical research

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Related Resources

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About PAL's Tools to Locate Lymphoma and CLL Trials

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Expanded Access (Compassionate Use)
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Other Trial Resources | PDQ | Travel Help | Informed Consent
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NCI: Which Study Results Are the Most Helpful in Making Cancer Care Decisions?
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Accelerated Approval (AA) for Oncology Drug Minutes of  Advisory Meeting:
 http://1.usa.gov/dVkY23  (406 pages.)
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Please take our VERY short Trial of Interest Survey for untreated Follicular Lymphoma
For patients, caregivers, or oncologists!
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NCI Taking Part in Cancer Treatment Research Studies  Cancer.gov | PDF
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Oncologists Divided Over Experimental Treatments  Medscape (free login req.) 
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Results of a survey to help understand why cancer patients choose to enter or not to 
enter cancer clinical trials.  actmagazine 
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Public Registration of Clinical Trials ~ Robert Steinbrook, M.D.  NEJM 2004
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Would a clinical trial be appropriate for me? Questions for your doctor. 
A free printable brochure prepared by Patients Against Lymphoma  PDF 
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How to Use and Conduct More Specific ClinicalTrials.gov Searches
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Protocol registration system (for drug sponsors)  http://prsinfo.clinicaltrials.gov
 

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