The Cancer Research UK & UCL Cancer Trials Centre (UCL CTC) develops and conducts national and
international trials and research projects to the highest quality and standards. The aim of our work is to improve patient care and clinical practice.
UCL CTC is a UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) registered Clinical Trials Unit.
View our trials portfolio spread across ten main cancer groups.
Book your place on one of our specialist training courses or find out more about UCL postgraduate degrees.
Find out more about working with the CTC on a trial or a research project.
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'Entering patients into clinical trials - pre treatment screening and eligibility'
'Cancer treatments and their side effects - compliance and adverse event reporting'
'Trial outcomes - what are we trying to measure?'
'Introduction to cancer clinical trials for new starters'
CTC study is detecting lung cancer early
A study coordinated by the CRUK & UCL Cancer Trials Centre has been successful in detecting recurring lung cancers up to a year earlier than [...]
WATCH: CTC produces information videos for cervical cancer trial
The CRUK & UCL Cancer Trials Centre has produced three videos aimed at patients considering entering INTERLACE, a trial investigating the tr [...]
(Publication) Clinical Endpoints in Clinical Trials of Chemoradiation for Anal Cancer
Glynne-Jones R, Meadows H, Lopes A, Adams R
‘The Uninvited Guest’: read a cancer patient’s account of her experience on a clinical trial
A patient has published a blog documenting her time on INTERLACE, a clinical trial for the treatment of cervical cancer run by the CRUK & UC [...]
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