Our global oncology site network provides opportunities for patients and oncologists to advance the development of cancer treatments
By accessing cutting edge cancer treatments with Oncologists who are advancing scientific knowledge you can learn more about your own medical condition and help others across the world if the therapy is approved. Higher rates of clinical trial participation, using our integrated global research model – can produce better patient outcomes, reduce the cost of care and advance research for all patients.
Patient care is at the heart of everything we do, and we are committed to ensuring you are treated with the utmost care and respect whilst maintaining our high standard of research activity. Each potential treatment is provided in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere to help shape the future of world health for you and future generations.Learn more
When you participate in a clinical trial, you will be welcomed by our professional and caring staff who will guide you through the process and help you feel comfortable and appreciated as a research trial participant.
We have many cancer trials currently ongoing through our collaboration with Pharmaceutical companies. We are actively recruiting patients into these trials and would love to hear from you if you wish to participate in to advancing cancer treatments.Learn more
Oncacare has a well developed value proposition for Sites to participate with clear demonstration of benefits to the site. Their operating models are attracting many oncologists to join Oncacare in advancing cancer research. Oncacare has central offices at 10 Bloomsbury Way, London and has outstanding global experience and expertise in the delivery of quality clinical research.
Sequential treatment with immunotherapy and checkpoint inhibitors prolongs anti-tumour activity. Moffitt study finds immunotherapy followed by BRAF and MEK inhibitors promotes anti-tumour immuntiy and suppresses signaling that leads to drug resistance.
April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of bowel cancer and funds to support cancer research. Every 15 minutes somebody is diagnosed with bowel cancer in the UK. It can affect anybody, regardless of their age or background. It's treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early, and nearly everyone survives if diagnosed at the earliest stage. However this drops significantly as the disease develops. More than 16,000 people die from bowel cancer in the UK every year – that's 44 people every day.