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Clinical Trial Support Center

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's free CTSC can help physicians provide their patients with assistance finding and enrolling in clinical trials.

Did you know only 5-8% of adult cancer patients enroll in a clinical trial during their cancer treatment? These trials can provide treatment options for many patients with blood cancers but the process of finding clinical trials is complicated and can be overwhelming.

A collaboration between ASH and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Clinical Trial Support Center (CTSC) can help you provide this free, critical clinical trial resource to your patients. ASH member physicians and their care teams, along with patients and caregivers, receive one-on-one support from CTSC Nurse Navigators, who provide personal assistance throughout the entire clinical trial process. These Nurse Navigators are specially trained in blood cancers, clinical trials, and patient education/support. ASH member physicians, their care teams, and their patients and caregivers have direct access to their CTSC Nurse Navigator for the duration of the search and enrollment process, and while patients are on the trials.

Log into the ASH portal to get started and to access additional resources.

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Please note that while The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society receives funding support from pharmaceutical companies for the Clinical Trial Support Center, the clinical trial search process and results provided are in no way influenced by this funding.


For questions about the CTSC, please contact CTSC Director Leah Szumita, MS, RN, CCRN, ACNS-BC, [email protected] or 914-821-8394.