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Clinical Research

At the UCI Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center (CFCCC) — Orange County's only National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center — patients receive compassionate and highly personalized treatment. The cancer center also provides patients with access to clinical trials and cutting-edge treatments as they are developed. At any given time, UCI is participating in at least 200 clinical trials, many of them developed by CFCCC members.

Find A Trial

Search from a comprehensive list of active trials that are currently open to recruitment conducted by investigators at CFCCC.

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Disease-Oriented Teams

A Disease-Oriented Team (DOT) is a multidisciplinary group of basic, translational, clinical and population researchers who collaborate around a specific anatomic cancer area to further the translation of Cancer Center discoveries (e.g. new targets, biomarkers, drugs, biological agents, diagnostic and therapeutic devices) through the pipeline towards interventional clinical trials.

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Clinical Trials Flowcharts

The flowcharts are designed to help you identify CFCCC clinical trials that are associated with specific types of cancer. If there is a clinical trial that you are interested in learning more about, please contact the Stern Center at ucstudy@hs.uci.edu or 877-827-8839.

Fall 2020 Newsletter

Highlighting CFCCC's basic, clinical and translational research.

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Spring 2020 Newsletter

Highlighting CFCCC's basic, clinical and translational research.

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

Highlighting lung cancer research and clinical trials.

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Fall 2018 Newsletter

Highlighting gynecologic cancer research and clinical trials.

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Spring 2018 Newsletter

Highlighting GI cancer research and clinical trials.

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Fall 2017 Newsletter

Highlighting breast cancer research and clinical trials.

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Winter 2017 Newsletter

Highlighting hematology oncology research and clinical trials.

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