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TrialCheck(R) Cancer Clinical Trial Matching Interface to Debut on American Cancer Society Web Site
Date:9/10/2007

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- TrialCheck(R), the nation's premier searchable database for cancer clinical trials, debuts today at the American Cancer Society web site (http://www.cancer.org) and its 24-hour National Cancer Information Center (1-800-ACS-2345), giving millions of cancer patients quick access to clinical trial matches for their diagnosis and locale.

Developed by the Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups in 2001, TrialCheck uses a patient-centered approach to online clinical trials matching. Its disease-specific search filter guides users through a short query on a patient's type of cancer, treatment history and current condition (four to six questions). Its location-driven filter displays the search results by proximity to the user's zip code. As a result, users (patients and physicians) have tailored information on the thousands of nationally registered cancer clinical trials open and seeking patients in the United States.

The new TrialCheck service will give visitors to cancer.org the ability to pinpoint trials at specific providers near their desired locations. TrialCheck uses a simple, short questionnaire to provide accurate results and help patients identify appropriate clinical trials for their needs.

TrialCheck will also enable cancer.org users to link to trained clinical trial specialists at the Society's National Cancer Information Center directly from their TrialCheck search. Shared access enables Web visitors to get immediate assistance with their search, as well as guidance interpreting search results and help verifying hospitals and clinical practices where clinical trials are available.

All users receive a recap of their TrialCheck search in writing, sent via mail from the American Cancer Society. This packet of information, which includes summaries of protocols returned in search results, takes a critical step, facilitating communication between th
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