Cancer (Oncology) Treatment Program
As part of two of the largest clinical research groups in the country, Einstein offers some of the most cutting-edge and experimental cancer therapies available anywhere.
To help patients understand the clinical trial process, we provide educational workshops where you can ask our clinical trial team questions and learn about ongoing trials. If you are interested in participating, your physician will talk to you about the potential risks and benefits and let you know if you qualify, and a nurse navigator will help you enroll.
If you have any questions or want to find out about upcoming workshops, contact our clinical trials team at the following numbers:
Breast Cancer Clinical Trials
|Gastrointestinal Cancer Clinical Trials
|Lung Cancer Clinical Trials
|Radiation Oncology Trials
|Other Clinical Trials
Learn more about the two main clinical research groups Einstein is a member of: the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group and ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group.
Cancer Genome Atlas Project
Einstein is proud to participate in the Cancer Genome Atlas program, a joint effort of the National Cancer Institute and the National Human Genome Research Institute that identifies and characterizes the molecular structures and mutations in many different types of cancer.
2020 Cancer Report - Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
2019 Cancer Report - Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
2018 Cancer Report - Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
2017 Cancer Report - Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
2016 Cancer Report - Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
2015 Cancer Report - Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
Together with hundreds of research organizations and thousands of researchers, we are helping to build the world’s largest database to assist researchers in coming up with new and innovative ways to more effectively detect and treat cancer.