Active Clinical Research Studies

Active Studies

Active Studies

Comprehensive Cancer Centers participates in more than 170 clinical research studies each year, which give our patients access to the most advanced treatment options available. Through our extensive research program, we have helped develop more than 100 FDA approved cancer therapies. Those therapies are now available as standard of care treatment options for patients who have been diagnosed with cancer.

List of Active Trials

For more information about clinical research studies, please click on the cancer type below.

Bilary Cancer
Bladder/Urothelia Cancer
Breast Cancer
Colon Cancer
Cervical Cancer
Endometrial Cancer
Gastric Cancer
Head and Neck Cancer
Hematologic/Blood Cancer
Hepatocellular and Lung Cancer
Multiple Myeloma
Ovarian Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Renal Cancer
Skin Cancers
Solid Tumors
Supportive Care

Phase I Clinical Research Studies

If you don’t see a clinic trial for a cancer or condition of interest, click here to Email Us, or use our form field for updates on research efforts, and information about possible treatment alternatives.

Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP)

The Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) was established by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in 1983. Through this program, community physicians work with scientists conducting NCI-supported clinical trials. The CCOP introduces the newest clinical research findings and procedures to community settings. Comprehensive is affiliated with Nevada Cancer Research Foundation, which is a CCOP. Through this affiliation, Comprehensive oncologists are able to bring the latest cancer procedures and treatments to its patients. For CCOP studies, please click here for more information.

Pending Clinical Research

To read news about pending clinical research, please click here.

Clinical Research Resources

To learn more about the purpose and benefits of clinical research, please refer to these pages:
What is Research
Benefits of Research
Research Affiliates