The latest research and treatment options
In 2002, St. Vincent Hospital was granted the Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) designation--one of only two such sites in Wisconsin and only 63 nationally to hold that designation.
Working directly with the National Cancer Institute
hundreds of our patients participate in clinical trials of promising new treatments each year through the St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute.
Research studies find better ways to treat cancer. Standard treatments used today are a result of past clinical trials.
In cancer research, clinical trials are designed to answer questions about new ways to:
- Treat cancer
- Find and diagnose cancer
- Prevent cancer
- Manage symptoms of cancer and/or its treatment
The St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute
has more than 25 years of experience in conducting clinical trials. More than 700 different clinical trials have been provided to more thatn 2220 partients..
Through the St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute, patients of the Regional Cancer Collaborative have access to 120-130 clinical trials at any given time. Many of these trials are also available at our affiliated locations in the Regional Cancer Collaborative.
Search by type of cancer, or view in alphabetical order, in-progress and upcoming clinical trials.