Northern Ireland Cancer Trials Centre

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The Northern Ireland Cancer Trials Centre (NICTC), formerly known as the Northern Ireland Cancer Clinical Trials Unit (NICCTU) was formally established in 1999 following the signing of the National Cancer Institute-Ireland-Northern Ireland Cancer Agreement. In April 2007, the NICTC was awarded Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre (ECMC) status, one of 19 such Centres appointed within the UK.

The role of the NICTC is to co-ordinate and promote cancer clinical trials, and run the full range of first-in-human phase I to phase IV trials.

To find out more view the NICTC website.