Cancer clinical trials in NSW
Clinical trial research is essential for the development of new and improved treatments for people with cancer.
Clinical trials in NSW test innovative new treatments and interventions.
What is a clinical trial?
Clinical trials provide the link between scientific research carried out in the laboratory and the use of new treatments and care given to patients.
Clinical trials help improve cancer outcomes by testing innovative new cancer treatments. These can be across areas such as:
- biological products
- how cancer care is administered.
All trials undergo rigorous evaluation to make sure that what is being tested, called an 'intervention' is effective, safe and feasible for use more broadly in the community. Once an intervention has been shown to be successful it can then be prescribed to treat cancer patients.
You can search our list of clinical trials currently recruiting patients in NSW.
For information on referring your patients for clinical trials visit - Australian Clinical Trials - National Health and Medical Research Council
Learn how to access & take part in a cancer clinical trial in NSW, including what to ask your doctor & where current trials are running.
A listing for clinicians and patients to find cancer related clinical trials currently recruiting in NSW. Use the filter to find trials related to cancer type, locations or other factors.
Our clinical trials program support the rapid translation of new and innovative therapies into practice for the benefit of people with cancer.
Find out how to apply for financial support to conduct cancer clinical trials in NSW.
Our Clinical Trials Portal is a system that captures, monitors and reports on clinical trial data across NSW. Learn more about the importance of collecting clinical trial data and how to register your trial.
All of the clinical trials funded by the Institute must include performance indicators which measure how well a trial has performed. Find out more about the requirements for indicators.