Welcome to the KCSN Clinical Trials Database

Using our powerful Clinical Trials Database, you can search and find kidney cancer clinical trials near you, which could help you to access new and innovative drugs, and which could also help future generations have access to innovative cancer drugs.

Please click on the Clinical Trial Database button below to take you to the search facility.

Try searching for a clinical trial by entering key words/phrases in the ‘Search by keyword/phrase’ box, such as drug names, trial names, subtypes of kidney cancer, types of surgery etc.

For an instant search for nearby trials, just enter your town or postcode in the ‘Location’ box and use the radius bar below to set the distance from home you are willing to travel.

You can also search for trials by type of trial (drug, surgery, observational), kidney cancer subtype, drug name, or status of trial (open, closed or in planning), using the relevant search boxes.

The clinical trial locations will appear on our interactive map of the UK, where the green pin indicates an open trial, red indicates closed, and orange indicates in planning. Hover over the pins to find the title of the clinical trial and a link to the trial details. If you move your curser across to the top right of the map, you will find a box with + on the top and – on the bottom. Click on the + to zoom in closer to the area you want to see, and click on the – to zoom out. Click and drag the map to position it in the box to show the area of the country you are interested in. By zooming in, the pins will space out to enable you to identify individual clinical trials. It maybe that there are several trials in your area, and this won’t be apparent until you use the zoom feature to get closer. To get more results, try broadening your search area.Screen Shot 2016-05-25 at 17.35.40

Also, a list of trials relevant to your search will appear at the bottom of the page. You will need to scroll down to see them. Further information about each trial, such as eligibility criteria, trials assessments and contact details, can be found by clicking the title of the trial that you are interested in.

Screen Shot 2016-05-25 at 17.38.30To enable us to improve and add to this service, we would be grateful if you could leave a short review about your experience using the database. You can review each individual clinical trial by completing the review section at the end of each trial entry.

If you need any help using the KCSN Clinical Trials Database, please do not hesitate to email us.

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