At Arizona Oncology, we take pride in our ability to push medical innovation and patient care standards to new heights. Nowhere is this more prominent than in our work with clinical trials. In fact, one could say clinical trials are the natural cross-section of medical and patient advancement. Our partnership with the US Oncology Network makes us one of the worldwide leaders in cancer clinical trials.
As a member of the US Oncology Network, Arizona Oncology patients have access to the most advanced clinical trials available. Access like this doesn’t just happen by chance. It’s the result of a continued track record of clinical trial successes. Due to the level of patient care and the expertise of our oncologists, the most innovative research companies seek our help to trial groundbreaking treatments. Our success with our patients and treatments in turn means breakthrough success for them.
Our clinical trial numbers speak for themselves:
- Access to over 1,600 clinical studies have been offered to patients
- More than 82,000 patients enrolled in cancer clinical trials nationwide
- Direct contribution to more than 100 FDA-approved cancer therapies
- More than 400 cancer trials in progress at any given moment
Find a Clinical Trial at Arizona Oncology
As part of the US Oncology Network, we are proud to offer numerous clinical trials at Arizona Oncology locations for patients who qualify. Additional clinical trials are also available to patients at our Tucson locations.
Understanding Clinical Trials
There are many reasons a patient might opt to participate in a clinical trial. Several reasons that are often shared are the ability to perhaps find success where other therapies have failed, and to provide vital learning in hope that it can help future cancer patients.
Clinical Trials Phases
Most clinical trials available through Arizona Oncology are Phase II or III. If your doctor suggests a clinical trial for you, you will be made aware of the phase and what you may want to consider before agreeing to participate.
Clinical Trials FAQs
There are four different types of cancer clinical trials, which include: treatment, prevention, screening and quality of life.
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