Clinical trials are research studies in which
people help doctors find ways to improve health
and cancer care. Each study tries to answer scientific
questions and to find better ways to prevent,
diagnose, or treat cancer. For more information,
visit the National
Cancer Institute web site.
AIDS Malignancy Consortium (AMC)
The AIDS Malignancy Consortium is
a National Cancer Institute-supported clinical
trials group founded in 1995 to support innovative
trials for AIDS-associated malignancies. The
AMC is composed of fourteen main clinical trials
sites and their affiliates, and an Operations
and Statistical Center.
The AMC is committed
to enhancing therapeutic options for patients
with AIDS-associated malignancies.
For more information and to see which trials
are currently open and available, visit www.amcoperations.com.
If you have further questions about clinical
trials, call Sue Kilcoyne at 215-829-6306.
You can also search
online for clinical trials in TrialCheck.