Clinical Trials in the NIH Clinical Center

Our clinical trials take place at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD and are open to patients with cancer, HIV or immunodeficiency disorders.

Overview of our Clinical Trials Program

Our highly trained physicians develop and conduct a wide range of clinical trials in a quest to develop the medicines of tomorrow for patients with cancer, HIV or immunodeficiency disorders.  All of our trials take place at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD, the world's largest research hospital, and through telehealth.  Once you are enrolled in a clinical trial at the Clinical Center, medical care is free. We are committed to providing compassionate cancer care of the highest quality to our diverse community and continually seek to identify and reduce barriers to enrollment in our clinical trials.


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Learn more about participating in our clinical trials at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD. Explore whether one may be right for you or a loved one. 

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Referring Physicians

Learn more about partnering with us to enroll a patient in our clinical trials for cancer, HIV and immunodeficiency disorders at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD. 

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Meet our Teams

Our highly trained physician-scientists and healthcare providers care for our patients and develop and carry out clinical trials to create the medicines of tomorrow treating patients at the world’s largest dedicated research hospital.

Patient Stories

Meet some of our patients and read their stories.

Peter Richman, Estefania E. Marchan and their daughter Rafaela
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David Fogel
Katie Coleman