Discovering and Delivering Compassionate, Coordinated Care
At UMass Memorial Cancer Center of Excellence in Worcester, MA, we work in partnership with the University of Massachusetts Medical School to research new treatments for cancer. UMass Memorial is at the forefront of some of the nation’s most promising research and treatment programs.
Through our Cancer Center Clinical Research Office, we perform breakthrough research and clinical trials to improve treatment and your quality of life.
Our commitment to this field not only serves UMass Memorial patients, but the scientific knowledge and discoveries made here are shared with other top cancer centers across the country. Clinical cancer research trials are ongoing and change regularly. If you’re interested in taking part in these efforts, please talk with your doctor.
Currently, trials are underway for:
Research is also being conducted in the following areas: bone marrow/stem cell transplant, brain cancer, esophagus cancer, head and neck cancer, liver cancer, lymphoma, multiple myeloma and sarcoma. Check with your physician or contact the Cancer Center Clinical Research Office for additional clinical trials that will open in the near future.
More information on clinical trials and cancer research:
Our Cancer Center supports researchers/physicians on developing, monitoring and conducting cancer research at UMass Memorial Health Care. The team coordinates the vast majority of adult cancer research conducted in medical oncology, malignant hematology, benign hematology, neuro-oncology, radiation oncology and chemoprevention.