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Get involved in a clinical trial
Information about specific cancer trials can be found on the UKCTG website or the CRUK website or you can ask your healthcare professional or contact your local cancer network for further information.
General resources on clinical trials can be found on our Resources page.
Other ways to be involved with clinical research
Public and patient involvement is an essential component of the design and conduct of clinical research in the NHS.
Across the NRS Cancer Network, there are several local initiatives to involve the public and patients to seek their perspective on different aspects of research including
- Trial design
- Information provision
- Engagement in research
- Strategic decisions.
To find out what is happening in your local network contact the relevant NRS Cancer Manager.