"UKCCCR Register of UK Cancer Trials"

Project Summary and Objectives:

Trials registers provide design and recruitment information on current and closed trials for those designing, or those considering participating in a Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT); assist funding bodies in assessing the relevance of proposals for new trials, and the allocation of funds; and facilitate systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

The UKCCCR Register is a register of of UK RCTs in cancer. The main objectives are to produce and maintain comprehensive and up-to-date register of UK RCTs in cancer, and ultimately to ensure that all trials are prospectively registered with the UKCCCR Register.

The UKCCCR Register currently contains over 500 RCTs, more than a quarter are open to patient accrual. Information on trial design, patient accrual, organisation and funding is held on the UKCCCR Register. Copies of trial publications and protocols are kept on file. The UKCCCR Register software includes searching and reporting facilities, results can be viewed on screen, printed or downloaded to disc.

The UKCCCR Register can be downloaded by collaborators from our Web site and is also available on floppy disc and CD-ROM for use in Microsoft Windows.

The project is also funded, in part, by the Cancer Research Campaign and the Imperial Cancer Research Fund.

UKCCCR Register Newsletter:

A newsletter is produced every six months, if you would like your name added or removed from the UKCCCR Register mailing list please contact the UKCCCR Register Co-ordinator.

Further information may be obtained from:

Claire Vale                                                             
UKCCCR Register Co-ordinator                       
MRC Clinical Trials Unit                                
222 Euston Road
London, NW1 2DA

Telephone:  0207 670 4700
Direct Line:
0207 670 4723
Fax:           0207 670 4818

Link: http://www.ctu.mrc.ac.uk/ukcccr/

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Last updated 22 November 2004
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