Due to COVID-19 we are now offering TeleHealth Office Visits via video or phone call. Learn More >
We have prepared for the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We have updated policies to protect our patients and staff. Learn more.
  • ArrayPharmacy
  • call for care 214.379.2700

    Choice Cancer Care is here for you 9AM – 5PM Monday – Friday

    Inquiring after hours? Complete our contact form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.


  • Patientportal

    Access Your Portal To Health at Choice Cancer Care.

    Learn more about becoming a CCC Patient, including insurance information and patient rights, or login to access your personal portal for in-depth information about your health.

    LoginSign UpLearn More

  • Patientforms
  • get a second opinion

    Recent Diagnosis? Gain Confidence With A Second Opinion.

    Find out what to ask your doctor, what a second opinion could mean for you, and take the steps to get you on the right path to treat your cancer.

    Complete this form for a no obligation consultation:

  • certified

    Choice Cancer Care is proud to be recognized by the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) for excellence in quality, and safety in the administration of cancer care.

    Learn More

Clinical Trials

Across the country doctors are conducting several types of clinical trials (research studies in which people volunteer to take part). These clinical trials study new ways to prevent, detect, diagnose, and treat many types of cancer. Some of these clinical trials study therapies that may improve the quality of life for patients during or after cancer treatment.

Clinical trials are intended to help doctors answer vital questions and to discover whether new approaches are safe and effective. This research has helped doctors advance in many different areas of cancer treatments. This research will continue to search for better and more effective methods to deal with cancer.

Patients who join clinical trials could be some of the first to benefit if the new treatment advancement is effective. And even if people in a trial do not benefit directly, they still make a significant contribution by helping doctors learn more about all types of cancer and how to control it. Although clinical trials may pose some risks, everything to protect the patient is considered.

If you are interested in being part of a clinical trial, talk with our doctors. Trials are offered for all stages of cancer. You may want to read the National Cancer Institute booklet: Taking Part in Cancer Treatment Research Studies. It explains how clinical trials are carried out and explains their possible benefits and risks. NCI’s Web site includes a section on clinical trials at: http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials. It has general information about clinical trials as well as detailed information about specific ongoing studies of cancer.

Investigational Anti-PD-1 Immunotherapy Drug – MK-3475 – U.S. Expanded Access Program
On March 10, 2014, Merck initiated an Expanded Access Program (EAP) in the U.S. for MK-3475, the company’s investigational anti-PD-1 immunotherapy, for patients with advanced melanoma who have been previously treated with ipilimumab and, if indicated, a BRAF inhibitor.

More resources for Clinical Trials

Cancer Screening Guidelines

Screening can help doctors discover and treat some types of cancer early. Usually, cancer treatment is more effective when the disease is detected in its early stages and there could be a better chance of curing the cancer. Some...

Learn More

Learn About Your Options

Your journey with cancer is influenced by several factors. These factors include your overall condition, the specific characteristics of your cancer, and whether the goal of treatment is to eradicate your cancer, stop your cancer from spreading to other areas...

Learn More