The ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group receives research support primarily from the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health. The group also pursues research through philanthropy and collaborations with other government agencies, non-profit foundation, and private sector organizations.
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One of ECOG-ACRIN’s research aims is to reduce the burden of cancer on individuals and society. We do this through clinical trials that seek better ways to prevent cancer or detect it earlier. Other trials look at ways to manage, or control, cancer when it does occur in people. The NCORP network helps ECOG-ACRIN bring clinical trials into local communities where people receive their care. This research is in our Cancer Control and Outcomes Program.
|Scientific Planning and Review|
|Biostatistics and Data Management|
|Active Clinical Trials|