Our providers partner with the Montana Cancer Consortium for conducting clinical trials. These trials are designed to answer questions about new ways to:
- Treat cancer
- Find and diagnose cancer
- Prevent cancer
- Manage symptoms of cancer or its treatment
Advances in the treatment of cancer depend on the conduct of clinical trials. A patient diagnosed with any type of cancer normally receives what is known as standard of care, treatment accepted by the oncology profession as the best know treatment. A clinical trial uses promising new therapies oto treat consenting patients. These therapies are standard of care plus additional or substitute therapy that has scientific evidence of benefit for the cancer being treated. Standard of care only advances as clinical trials prove additional benefit of test therapy.
Accredited by the Commission on Cancer
Community Cancer Care & Prevention has been recognized as an accredited program by the Commission on Cancer for our advanced clinical care, scientific research and technological inventions.