Southeast Nebraska Cancer Center (SNCC) is now able to offer expanded clinical trial access after becoming members of two major NCI cancer research networks: Alliance as an affiliate of MD Anderson Cancer Center and ECOG-ACRIN. The extensive years-long application process verified that SNCC met all membership requirements including enrollment, data quality, safety and adherence to national policies and procedures. For more information about open clinical trials, visit the Clinical Trials page.
There are several benefits to participating in clinical trials including:
- Playing a more active role in one’s own health care
- Gaining access to novel treatments
- Helping others by contributing to medical research
Research is part of our commitment to innovation, providing access to new treatments that are not yet commercially available. We offer a variety of research studies on promising new therapies for patients who wish to consider this option. If a specific clinical trial is not available at our center, we make every effort to find clinical trials at other centers for our patients.
If you wish to discuss a trial, please contact our Research Department at (402) 327-7363.
SNCC Human Research Protection Program
If you are not able to resolve your concerns with the study doctor or study staff, if you have a complaint, or if you have general questions about what it means to be in a research study, you can call the Southeast Nebraska Cancer Center Human Research Protection Program at (402) 420 7000 ext. 131 or email HumanProtections@cancerpartners.com.