R. Donald Harvey, Therica M. Miller, Patricia A. Hurley, Ramya Thota, Lora J. Black, Suanna S. Bruinooge, Leigh M. Boehmer, Mark E. Fleury, Jasmine Kamboj, Mujahid A. Rizvi, Banu E. Symington, William D. Tap, David M. Waterhouse, Laura A. Levit, Janette K. Merrill, Sheila A. Prindiville, Teri Pollastro, Jamie R. Brewer, Leslie P. Byatt, Leila Hamroun, Edward S. Kim, Nicole Holland, Grzegorz S. Nowakowski

A call to action to advance patient‐focused and decentralized clinical trials

  • Cancer Research
  • Oncology

This commentary is a call to action for a concerted commitment and effort to transform clinical trials and enable people with cancer to participate in clinical trials closer to home. Three key strategies are identified to address major barriers: confront challenges with the interpretation of US Food and Drug Administration Form 1572 requirements (Statement of Investigator); broaden acceptance of local laboratories and imaging centers; and invest in the creation of effective, sustainable partnerships between research centers and local providers.

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