ECOG: The Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group

General Information
 

ECOG-ACRIN
  ECOG-ACRIN web site

Clinical Trials
  What is a clinical trial?
  Why participate?
  Does insurance cover costs?
  What if I change my mind?
  How can I join a clinical trial?
  Active protocols
 Educational Materials
  Selenium E5597
  GI Studies E4203,E5204
  GI E1208
  Head & Neck Cancer E1305
  Leukemia E1910
  Leukemia E1912
  Lung Cancer E5508
  Melanoma E1609
  Melanoma E2603
  Prostate CHAARTED E3805
  Cancer in Siblings E1Y97
  Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma E4402
  Breast E2108
  Breast Cancer PACCT1: TAILORx
  Informational Videos
  Trial Summary Results

Pathology and
Laboratory Science

  Pathology and Lab Science

Trial Monitoring
  Data Safety Monitoring Committee

Member Institutions
  Institutions by state
  Alphabetical listing

Become a Member
  Joining ECOG-ACRIN

Publications
  Publications bibliography
 
Announcements
  Job Openings
  Future Group Meeting Dates

Scales and Criteria
  ECOG Performance Status
  Common Toxicity Criteria

Cancer Information
  Colon Cancer Video
  Cancer Survivor Publications
  Releasing Results Guidelines

Other Cancer Sites
  Main Institutions' Sites
  Other Cooperative Groups
  Advocates/Support Groups
  PrECOG, LLC
 

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DISCLAIMER

                    

What if I change my mind after starting a trial?


When a patient joins a clinical trial, he or she can leave the trial at any time. Clinical trials are designed a particular way in order to answer a specific question. Each part of the study has an important role in answering that question. However, the rights of an individual do not change because they enter a clinical trial. A participant can leave the trial or refuse to take part in any aspect of the trial.

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Revised: March 25, 1998