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SWOG is a worldwide network of researchers that design and conduct cancer clinical trials. The group's goal is to change medical practice so it improves the lives of people with cancer. SWOG trials test new ways to diagnose and treat cancer, as well as prevent it. SWOG researchers also study ways to improve the care cancer patients receive, and improve quality of life for both patients and survivors.

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SWOG has been awarded a grant by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as a member of the NCI National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN).

SWOG has also been awarded a grant by the NCI as a member of the National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Program (NCORP).


If you are not a member of SWOG, check out our Visitors pages, which contain information about our history and leadership, how to join our group, our clinical trials, the published results of those trials, and other information.


 
SWOG Heads to ASCO
Our members will make 21 presentations at ASCO 2016 - and be part of the plenary, too. Read all about it in this press release.
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  Your Guide to SWOG at ASCO
Find your SWOG colleagues at ASCO with this guide to our research presentations at the meeting.
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Spring 2016 Group Meeting Presentations
Video and slides from the SWOG Spring 2016 Group Meeting Plenary I (Translational Medicine), Plenary II (General Plenary), and from the Oishi Symposium, are now online.
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  Get That Grant!
Apply now for a free online grant writing workshop supported by The Hope Foundation. New or early career SWOG investigators will spend one hour a week for nine weeks working with experts to hone their research, planning and writing skills to successfully pursue career awards and major research grants.
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New! Lung-MAP Spring Newsletter
Get the latest news on SWOG's precision medicine trial, Lung-MAP or S1400. This third edition focuses on the best ways to secure and send tissue samples - a key to getting patients fast treatment on the trial.
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