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Developing and maintaining an exemplary research team is essential to the success of a quality clinical research program.
As the need for patient participation in biospecimen and correlative research increases, challenging ethical and potentially legal questions are emerging.
Establishing a clinical trial infrastructure is an important step when developing a successful research program. Two areas required for success include financial oversight and a qualified research… (More)
By building relationships with referring physicians and educating them about the clinical trial process, oncologists can help increase trial accrual among patients with cancer.
Anecdotal information regarding clinical research sites limiting participation in NCI-funded cooperative group studies prompted ASCO to collect data on and investigate the reasons behind this trend.
This article illustrates common patient and provider concerns about donating tissue for the purpose of research, discusses best practices, and provides answers to common patient questions.
Translating research on genomic changes into novel interventions for patients with cancer requires increased analysis of biospecimens and biomarkers in cancer clinical trials, which involve certain… (More)
In this two-part series, members of the Exemplary Attributes Working Group outline in detail the seven attributes of exemplary clinical trial sites, as described in the ASCO Statement.