Clinical Trials .
There are a number of databases that can be searched for trials. Trials can be recruiting internationally and can take place in many countries to recruit patients more quickly. This is particularly important for rare cancers.
Cancer Research UK has a database of trials in the UK.
ClinicalTrials.gov is a database of privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world.
Geographically specific databases:
- The NCI trials database in the USA.
- The European Organisation for Research and Trials in Cancer (EORTC), which runs trials across Europe.
- EU clinical trials register, which gives information about studies in Europe.
The Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Research Foundation ('ACCRF') has compiled a list of clinical trials for ACC patients with progressive disease to consider. This website is updated periodically, but may not list all the pertinent and available trials.
AL101 Trial targeting NOTCH pathway activation: Opening Soon at the Christie Hospital in Manchester
This trial is in the final stages of set up at the Christie and we hope will be open in Dec 2019 / Jan 2020.
To more information including how to find out if you are eligible, contact Lesley (PA to Dr Metcalf) on [email protected] or telephone on 0161 446 8581.