Medical Services Cancer Care Clinical Research Find a Location Find a Doctor Cancer Care Menu Cancer Center Opening Your Cancer Care Team Your First Visit Breast Cancer Dearborn Breast Care Center Cancer Care Cancer Care Retail Pharmacy Cancer Treatments Paxman Scalp Cooling System Mesothelioma Treatment Radiation Therapy Center for Precision Medicine and Genomic Health BRCA Testing Hereditary Cancer Program Proactive Genetic Screening Clinical Research Integrative Oncology Palliative Care Patient Testimonials Resources Clinical & Support Services Frequent Numbers Specialty Cancer Care Clinics Cardio-Oncology Neuro-oncology Tristate Gynecological Oncology Tobacco Cessation E-cigarette Education Nicotine Medication Nicotine Replacement Tobacco Cessation Therapy Saving on Medication Success Stories Tobacco Cessation Programs Tobacco Cessation Resources Our Commitment The physicians at St. Elizabeth Healthcare are committed to providing the best and most current medical care for all patients. Through this commitment, our patients are eligible for participation in research trials sponsored by the National Cancer Institute and members of the NCI National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN). For questions or additional information about clinical research trials, please contact an Oncology Research Team Member: Barbara Logan, Director, Clinical Research Institute Phone: (859) 301-4730 firstname.lastname@example.org Additional Resources We encourage patients to explore additional information about clinical trials provided by the National Cancer Institute or the American Cancer Society. Also, The American Cancer Society provides a free, confidential Clinical Trials Matching Service that helps patients, their families and health care workers find cancer clinical trials most appropriate to a patient's medical and personal situation. Follow this NIH Clinical Research Trials and You link for information about the risks and benefits of taking part in a clinical trial, how to find a trial, and questions to ask when considering participation in a trial.