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Cancer Clinical Research

The clinical trial program at HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital began in 2011, and each year it continues to grow. HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital, Matthews Oncology Associates and Sheboygan Cancer & Blood Specialists work together to find appropriate clinical trials for patients. Our clinical research associate coordinates the process from start to finish, and ensures those participating in clinical trials are following the correct protocol.

Clinical trials currently offered at HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital include studies in breast, carcinoid, colon/rectal, esophageal, transitional cell, head/neck, liver, kidney, leukemia, lung, lymphoma, melanoma, multiple myeloma, prostate and sarcoma.

For more information, please contact a HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital clinical research associate at (920) 459-4614.

Why choose Cancer Clinical Research?

Integrated cancer care
We offer patients battling cancer and their families a source of strength, care, support and hope through comprehensive, integrated oncology (cancer) services.

Your contribution to curing cancer
Through participating in clinical trials, you are directly contributing to the body of knowledge physicians and scientists need to find a cure for cancer. To learn more, visit the National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP).

Key services

  • Access to new treatment protocols and drugs for people who have been diagnosed with certain types of cancer.
  • Prevention studies to help people remain cancer-free
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