ClinicalTrials.gov: Has been developed to provide patients and family members of the public current information about clinical research studies.
NIH.gov: Provides a variety of information including health information, grant and funding opportunities, news and events, scientific resources, institutes, centers and offices, and general information about NIH.
Cancer.gov: This Web site provides current and accurate information from the National Cancer Institute, the Federal government's principal agency for cancer research. On this site you will find a wide range of cancer information, including treatment options, clinical trials, ways to reduce cancer risk, way to cope with cancer, and resources for researchers and health care professionals.
Cancer.org: This Web site offers a wide variety of choices including; learning about cancer, treatment options, and coping information. In addition, cancer survivors can connect through Cancer Survivors Network ad support programs. Health information seekers can access statistics, prevention and early detection. This site also is interested in your questions, and exchange of ideas/stories, as well as more ways to help.
CureSearch: Provides pediatric and adolescent cancer patients at Marshfield Clinic the opportunity to participate in clinical trials.
FDA Patient Network: Created in 2012, the FDA Patient Network is part of the Office of Health and Constituent Affairs (OHCA). formerly the Office of Special Health Issues. We work to help patients, patient advocates, and their health professionals connect with FDA science and policy staff.
Children Oncology Group (COG): The Children's Oncology Group (COG), a National Cancer Institute supported clinical trials group, is the world's largest organization devoted exclusively to pediatric cancer research.
ICTR: The goal of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) is to create an environment that transforms research into a continuum from investigation through discovery and to translation into real-life community practice, thereby linking even the most basic research to practical improvements in human health.
WiNHR: The Wisconsin Network for Health Research (WiNHR), is a collaborative effort involving the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, Aurora Health Care, and Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foundation.
CRIBBS/BBS: The Clinical Registry Investigating Bardet-Biedl Syndrome (CRIBBS) reflects the time, energy, and vision of the BBS community, including patients, caregivers, families, and researchers, committed to improving the understanding of this complex disease. CRIBBS was designed to promote scientific efforts that touch the lives of and improve healthcare for individuals affected by BBS.