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Clinical Trials

In 2014, NCI’s National Clinical Trial Network included 3,100 institutions, 14,000 investigators, and more than 19,000 trial participants

NCI’s Clinical Trials Programs and Initiatives

Clinical trials are essential for moving new methods of preventing, diagnosing, and treating cancer from the laboratory to physicians' offices and other clinical settings. NCI has a broad array of programs that support clinical research, including programs that facilitate the development of new interventions, from the initial creation of candidate drugs in the lab to final testing in late-stage clinical trials. Read more about NCI’s clinical trials programs and initiatives

Find a Clinical Trial

Search NCI's list of 12,000+ clinical trials now accepting participants.

Learn About Clinical Trials

Information for all audiences describing what clinical trials are and why they're important. Learn about paying for clinical trials and how patient safety is protected.

Clinical Trial Results

Browse recent clinical trial results by type of cancer or topic.

Conducting Clinical Trials

Information and tools for investigators and research teams about conducting clinical trials, including registration and reporting.