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CCOP - Community Clinical Oncology Program

The Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) Network has been replaced with the NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP). Information on the CCOP website pages is no longer being updated.
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The CCOP Network

The CCOP Network has three components that work together to provide outstanding community cancer care and access to NCI clinical trials:Community Clinical Oncology Programs, Minority-Based Community Clinical Oncology Programs, and Research Bases.

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For Patients & the Public

Image of a doctor evaluating a patientThe CCOP Program brings researchers together with local physicians to conduct high quality clinical studies that result in better care for cancer patients and people at risk for cancer.

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Featured Clinical Trial

Preventing High-Risk Adenomas and Second Cancers in Colon Cancer Survivors (S0820)
In this trial, people who have undergone curative surgery for stage 0-3 colon cancer, with or without adjuvant chemotherapy, will be randomly assigned to take sulindac and a placebo, eflornithine and a placebo, both sulindac and eflornithine, or two placebo pills for 36 months. Doctors will closely monitor all trial participants throughout the study to detect the recurrence of high-risk adenomas or the development of new colon or rectal cancers.

S0820 Protocol
Featured Clinical Trial Summary
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