Participate in Research
Participation in research is voluntary. You have the right to decide if you want to take part. You may withdraw at anytime without providing a reason. Your information will be protected and kept confidential.
The treatments for prostate cancer patients today are available thanks to people who participated in research. By participating in research you can:
Help researchers find safe or better treatments or medications
Help researchers to better understand what is known about a disease or treatment
Help future generations by finding new ways to treat and prevent disease
Please visit the Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute website for more information and to find out more about research studies currently looking for participants in BC.
ClinicalTrials.gov is a database of privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world, maintained by the US National Library of Medicine (NLM). Information on ClinicalTrials.gov is provided and updated by the sponsor or Principal Investigator of the clinical study. This website contains information on research studies in all disease areas, however you can specify “Prostate Cancer” in the Condition/Disease search box.
Each record on the website provides summary information about a study, including the aims of the study, if the study is currently looking for participants, and what participants are suitable for the study based on the eligibility criteria.
If you are interested in any of the research studies on these websites, please contact the individual research staff listed underneath the study description (‘Contacts and Locations’) for more information about the research and participation.