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National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Clinical Trials Centre: The NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre was established under the auspices of the University of Sydney and National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. It is described as the leader in clinical trials research in Australia and promotes evidence-based medicine throughout the continent.

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The NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre co-ordinates a number of large-scale, multi-centre trials in cancer and cardiovascular disease. To find out more about the trials in which the CTC is involved click on the ‘trials’ button on the Trials page. The cancer trials are subdivided into: breast cancer (4 trials), gastrointestinal (6 trials), and other (4 trials), while the cardiovascular trials (9 in all) are listed under: acute coronary, cardiac rehabilitation, and coronary prevention.
The CTC also maintains a prospective register of randomised trials in cancer in which Australians are participating. To view a list of these trials (title only), click on the button marked National Clinical Trials Registry (see below). If you go to the ‘Trials open to recruitment’ section you will see the date on which this list was created.

The trials are categorised by site and/or histology: as follows: breast cancer, cervix uteri, digestive organs and peritoneum, general oncology, germ-cell, haematopoietic and reticuloendothelial, Hodgkin’s disease, kidney and other urinary organs, leukaemia, lip, oral cavity and pharynx (head and neck), lymphoma (non-Hodgkin’s), melanoma and skin, Merkel cell, myeloma, ovary, fallopian tube and broad ligament, prostate, trachea, bronchus and lung.

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Free. No password or pre-registration required.

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The stated aim of the National Clinical Trials Registry is to provide a complete, comprehensive catalogue of clinical trials in which Australians are participating. There is a form on which details of trials can be submitted for inclusion (on a restricted-access basis if preferred).

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National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Clinical Trials Centre: The NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre was established under the auspices of the University of Sydney and National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. It is described as the leader in clinical trials research in Australia and promotes evidence-based medicine throughout the continent.

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The NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre co-ordinates a number of large-scale, multi-centre trials in cancer and cardiovascular disease. To find out more about the trials in which the CTC is involved click on the ‘trials’ button on the Trials page. The cancer trials are subdivided into: breast cancer (4 trials), gastrointestinal (6 trials), and other (4 trials), while the cardiovascular trials (9 in all) are listed under: acute coronary, cardiac rehabilitation, and coronary prevention.The CTC also maintains a prospective register of randomised trials in cancer in which Australians are participating. To view a list of these trials (title only), click on the button marked National Clinical Trials Registry (see below). If you go to the ‘Trials open to recruitment’ section you will see the date on which this list was created.The trials are categorised by site and/or histology: as follows: breast cancer, cervix uteri, digestive organs and peritoneum, general oncology, germ-cell, haematopoietic and reticuloendothelial, Hodgkin’s disease, kidney and other urinary organs, leukaemia, lip, oral cavity and pharynx (head and neck), lymphoma (non-Hodgkin’s), melanoma and skin, Merkel cell, myeloma, ovary, fallopian tube and broad ligament, prostate, trachea, bronchus and lung.

Access

Free. No password or pre-registration required.

Comments

The stated aim of the National Clinical Trials Registry is to provide a complete, comprehensive catalogue of clinical trials in which Australians are participating. There is a form on which details of trials can be submitted for inclusion (on a restricted-access basis if preferred).