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Clinical Trials Resources

Clinical Trials: Questions and Answers

This fact sheet includes information about types of clinical trials, who sponsors them, how they are conducted, how participants are protected, and who pays for the patient care costs associated with a clinical trial. It also includes some questions people might ask their health care provider before entering a clinical trial.
Spanish Web Version

Learn About Clinical Trials

Discusses cancer and clinical trials, and helps people decide if participation in a chemoprevention trial is right for them.
Spanish Web Version

Taking Part in Clinical Treatment Research Studies

Discusses cancer and clinical trials, and helps people decide if participation in a chemoprevention trial is right for them.

Cancer Clinical Trials at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center: Questions and Answers

A fact sheet about clinical trials at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
Spanish Web Version

Clinical Trials Slide Programs in Spanish - La historia de Josť y Ana

A fotonovela-style introductory Spanish-language presentation that takes you on the journey of Josť and Ana, a man and woman who are given the option of enrolling in a clinical trial.

Clinical Trials Slide Programs in Spanish - Conversemos un Rato

A Spanish-language slide presentation that covers the basics about clinical trials--what they are, who takes part, different types of trials, protecting patients' safety, risks and benefits of trials, where to find trials, and issues of concern to Latino audiences. Appropriate for community leaders and health care providers.

Providing Your Tissue For Research: What You Need To Know

A fact sheet to help you make a decision when you have been asked to provide your tissue for medical research.
Spanish Web Version

Updated: 08/21/14