Should I take part in a clinical trial?

Richard Stephens of NCRI and NCRN Consumer Liaison Groups, UK discusses clinical trials and the factors patients should consider before taking part.

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Patient involvement in clinical trials

Shirley Harrison discusses her involvement with patient liaison groups and clinical trials.

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The advantages of donating tissue and participating in clinical trials

Adrienne Morgan explains the advantages that patients could experience when donating tissue for medical research and participating in clinical trials.

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How can patients contribute to the improvement of cancer care?

Lt. Col. David Hamilton discusses his involvement in cancer care and the benefits of partaking in clinical trials.

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What's important for patients who have finished their cancer treatment?

Prof Maher discusses what's important for patients who have finished with there cancer treatment.

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Clinical trials and support groups for patients

Tom Haswell of NCRI and NCRN Consumer Liaison Groups discusses his involvement in support groups and clinical trials and the importance of improving the standard of care given to patients.

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Involving young people in cancer research will improve future therapies

Lorna Fern identifies previous issues regarding the lack of young people participating in clinical trials in order to improve future treatments.

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