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NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) - Cancer Control Steering Committees

The Cancer Care Delivery Research Steering Committee (CCDR SC) reviews study concepts to determine how complex, multi-level forces including social factors, financing systems, organizational structures and processes, health technologies, provider and individual behaviors affect cancer outcomes, access to cancer care, the quality and cost of cancer care and ultimately the health and well-being of cancer patients and survivors.

The Cancer Prevention Steering Committee (CPSC) reviews innovative cancer prevention, screening, and surveillance concepts.

The Symptom Management and Health-Related Quality of Life Steering Committee (SxQOL SC) reviews study concepts for clinical trials of control cancer symptoms and cancer treatment side effects.

Cancer control clinical trial concepts should be submitted to the NCI Division of Cancer Prevention (DCP) PIO. Before submitting a clinical trial concept, please refer to the Concept Submission Guidelines and respective Steering Commitee Schedules.

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