The Early Phase Cancer Trials Programme brings scientists and clinicians together to deliver ground breaking therapies for the treatment of cancer through clinical trials, with patients always at the heart of its research.
Clinical Trials - Source of Information and Support
There is support available who can help talk you through your treatment and being a part of a clinical trial, who are not directly involved as part of the clinical trial team.
Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan Cancer Support is a registered charity of supporters, professionals, volunteers and campaigners who help ensure you get the support you need. They provide free information and support for people living with cancer, and easy to understand information on cancer types, treatments and details about current UK Clinical Trials.
UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre is a research-led day hospital in Huntley Street in central London. The centre has a Macmillan Support and Information Service for anyone affected by cancer or a blood condition. They offer drop-in services for anyone wishing to discuss their care and needing support.
Trained cancer nurses can give information and support relating to cancer and its treatments. Publications are available on the CRUK website, https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer, with information on specific cancers.
The CRUK website can also provides a comprehensive list of UK clinical trials, with details on the specifications of those trials.