What is the Southeast Cancer Control Consortium?
The Southeast Cancer Control Consortium (SCCC) is group of community oncologists, surgeons, radiation oncologists and urologists located in the southeastern United States committed to bringing cancer clinical trials to their communities. The SCCC helps facilitates the connection between our affiliates, patients and the clinical trials they seek, thereby allowing our affiliate members to administer “state-of-the-art” cancer treatment to those patients in need. The role SCCC plays in this process is essential as per the guidelines dictated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and all trials are reviewed and approved by the NCI.
Who Can Benefit from the SCCC Website?
Our goal is to provide patients with the information necessary to connect with doctors who participate in cancer clinical trials by using the information on our website. Clinical trials are available for consenting adults looking for alternative treatments to help improve the quality of their cancer treatment, reduce morbidity and ultimately prevent mortality through early detection. Children are not eligible for clinical trials.