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The Mount Sinai Community Clinical Oncology Program (MSCCOP) is a nonprofit community-based program committed to providing novel clinical research to cancer treatment patients and to healthy individuals who may be at risk for cancer.

CCOP is a comprehensive organized clinical trials mechanism for disseminating the latest cancer prevention and treatment research findings to the community level. The aim of the program is to provide cancer patients with access to NCI-sponsored cancer treatment trials and up to date cancer management in patients’ own communities. The program increases the number of patients and physicians who can participate in clinical trials operated at major research centers, and allows scientists to conduct large-scale cancer prevention and control studies. read more ...

 
Newest Protocols
Early Stage /Stage l or ll (RTOG 1005): A PHASE III TRIAL OF ACCELERATED WHOLE BREAST IRRADIATION WITH HYPOFRACTIONATION PLUS CONCU...
Cat: Breast (12/12/2013)
Mutiple Ipsilateral (ACOSOG Z11102): IMPACT OF BREAST CONSERVATION SURGERY ON SURGICAL OUTCOMES AND COSMESIS IN PATIENTS WITH MU...
Cat: Breast (10/30/2012)
Recurrent or Progressive High Grade (NCCTG N0872): PHASE I/RANDOMIZED PHASE II DOUBLE BLIND STUDY OF EITHER DASATINIB OR PLACEBO COMBINED WITH...
Cat: Brain (06/18/2012)
Latest Announcements
NCCTG N0733 (CLOSED TO ACCRUAL)
NCCTG N08CB (CLOSED TO ACCRUAL)
CTSU ACOSOG Z1071 (CLOSED TO ACCRUAL)
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