The Beaumont Cancer Institute is one of only 47 Community Clinical Oncology Programs in the country designated by the National Cancer Institute to provide patients with access to leading-edge cancer clinical research trials.
What does CCOP stand for?
CCOP stands for Community Clinical Oncology Program
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We have 20 other meanings of CCOP in our Acronym Attic
- Call Control
- Chevrolet Club of Norway (car club)
- Citizens' Coalition on Nanotechnology
- Columbia College of Nursing (est. 1901; Milwaukee, WI)
- Computer Consultants of North Alabama
- Co-Chief Operating Officer (organizational business title)
- Comisiones Obreras (Spanish Labor Union)
- Cumberland County Office on Aging
- Childhood Cancer Ombudsman Program
- Comité Coordinadora de las Organizaciones Populares (Spanish: Committee of Popular Organizations, Honduras)
- conditional constraint optimization problem
- Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (Bangkok, Thailand intergovernmental agency)
- Cryptologic Carry-On Program
- Cryptological Carry on Buffer
- Cooperative Convective Precipitation Experiment
- Cancer Care Ontario Practice Guidelines Initiative
- Council on Obstetric and Paediatric Mortality and Morbidity (Australia)
- Canadian Culture Of Peace Program
- Citizens Committee on Pipeline Safety (Olympia, WA)
- Concerned Citizens Opposed to Police States
Samples in periodicals archive:
The researchers used the University of Rochester Cancer Center Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) Research Base to conduct a phase II/III randomized, controlled clinical trial at nine CCOP centers in the United States, examining the efficacy of yoga for improving sleep quality, fatigue, and quality of life among 410 cancer survivors who reported problems sleeping between 2 and 24 months after completing adjuvant therapy for their cancer.
Nausea is a major problem for people who undergo chemotherapy and it's been a challenge for scientists and doctors to understand how to control it," said Ryan, a member of Rochester's Community Clinical Oncology Program Research Base at the Wilmot Cancer Center.
The Community Clinical Oncology Program, made possible through a grant from the National Cancer Institute, examines the effectiveness of individual drugs or combination of drug therapies, radiation therapy, surgery and immune therapies.
BACKGROUND In September 1983, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) introduced the Community Clinical Oncology Program as a mechanism for disseminating state-of-the-art cancer treatments and patient management techniques to community oncologists and their patients.
Community Clinical Oncology Program set out to determine whether additional treatment after surgery would improve the outlook for these patients.
Laufman has served as a principal investigator for the Columbus (OH) Community Clinical Oncology Program, an investigator for the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, and president of Hematology Oncology Consultants.
Institutional members include universities, medical centers, Community Clinical Oncology Programs, and Cooperative Group Outreach Programs.