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Cancer
Division of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Clinical Trials Unit


 

Site


As above.


 

Background

The
Cancer Division of the MRC Clinical Trials Unit (previously the MRC Cancer
Trials Office) has been involved in the design, conduct and analysis of
clinical trials in cancer since its creation in 1977. In addition it is
involved in many areas of research associated with clinical trials,
including statistical methodology, quality of life, meta-analysis and
computer-aided trial management, through which it influences the conduct
of clinical trials worldwide. The division is also responsible for the
development and management of the UKCCCR Register of Cancer Trials.

Following the merger of the MRC Cancer Trials Office with the MRC HIV
Clinical Trials Centre in October 1998, to create the new MRC Clinical
Trials Unit, a new web-site has been developed covering both divisions.


 

Content

The
new website contains summaries of current trials from both divisions,
details of other research and links to a variety of cancer- and HIV-
related sites.

 

Access

Free.
No password required.

  

 

 



 

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Clinical Trial
 

 

 

Site

As above.

 

Background

The Cancer Division of the MRC Clinical Trials Unit (previously the MRC Cancer Trials Office) has been involved in the design, conduct and analysis of clinical trials in cancer since its creation in 1977. In addition it is involved in many areas of research associated with clinical trials, including statistical methodology, quality of life, meta-analysis and computer-aided trial management, through which it influences the conduct of clinical trials worldwide. The division is also responsible for the development and management of the UKCCCR Register of Cancer Trials.

Following the merger of the MRC Cancer Trials Office with the MRC HIV Clinical Trials Centre in October 1998, to create the new MRC Clinical Trials Unit, a new web-site has been developed covering both divisions.

 

Content

The new website contains summaries of current trials from both divisions, details of other research and links to a variety of cancer- and HIV- related sites.

 

Access

Free. No password required.