Rather than 'reinventing the wheel' we have decided to highlight 3 websites where you can find accurate information about clinical trials, locate open ovarian cancer clinical trials or talk with a clinical trial specialist who will help you find a clinical trial. While it is important to discuss clinical trial participation with your physician, these are resources YOU can directly access. Click on any of the boxes below to go directly to the desired link. Here they are:
National Cancer Institute (NCI) is the premier site to learn about the pros and cons of clinical trial participation, why they are conducted and many other details about clinical trials. Click on the "National Cancer Institute" logo to be directed to that website.
Click on the purple map in the upper right corner of this box to find open U.S. clinical trials in your state in just 2 clicks! We developed this direct link to the clinicaltrials.gov interactive map of currently open ovarian cancer trials in each state (for open trials in Canada, Europe and Japan see below). Once this map opens, follow these steps to find clinical trials.

1. Click on a specific state to see open trials.
2. View titles of open trials in that state.
3. Select a title for specific information on that trial.
4. Scroll down the page to the Contacts and Locations section.
5. Click on "Show Study Locations" link.
6. Under your state find the location, contact person and phone number.
7. Call this person for specific information about that trial.


** Because of international interest in the OCTANE website, we have added links from the ClinicalTrials.gov website for ovarian cancer trials located in the following countries:

<Canada>. <Europe>. <Japan>.

TRIALCheck is endorsed by the American Cancer Society and sponsored by the National Cancer Institute's Coalition of Cooperative Groups. On this site you can search for your own clinical trial or call to speak to a trial specialist at no cost. Click on the "Trial Check" logo to be directed to that website.