Brown University Oncology Research Group

Brown University Oncology Research Group

The Brown University Oncology Research Group (BrUOG) advances cancer care through the implementation of innovative, multidisciplinary clinical trials.

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The Brown University Oncology Research Group (BrUOG) is the principle mechanism for cancer research trials at the Warren Alpert Medical School.
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Clinical trials are available for a broad range of disorders in hematology/oncology and these include treatment for cancers of the breast, brain, lung, gastrointestinal tract, skin, and prostate as well as trials in leukemia and lymphoma.
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Our Impact

More than 80 types of cancers have been studied in BrUOG trials. Trials have led to national studies that have determined widely accepted cancer treatment protocols.

Life-Saving Cancer Treatments

 

BrUOG clinical trials have led to a new standard of cancer and larger national studies.