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Dayton Clinical Oncology Program
Dayton NCORP

Our Mission...
To reduce cancer incidence and mortality through improved treatment and prevention by offering national state-of-the-art cancer research to the local communities.


Years of Service

The Dayton Clinical Oncology Program has been serving Dayton and surrounding areas since 1983

Dayton was one of the initial members of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Community Clinical Oncology Program.


Clinical Trials

SInce 1983 Dayton Clinical Oncology Program has participated in over
1300 clinical trials

Through clinical trials we hope to find better ways to prevent or treat cancer. Clinical trials test new approaches to surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy.



Over 7000 patients have participated in clinical trials at our locations

Every treatment that is considered standard treatment today was established because patients entered clinical trials.

We are a regional non-profit cancer research consortium serving the Miami Valley area as well as Cincinnati, Findlay, Greenville, Middletown, Troy and Youngstown, Ohio; Northern Kentucky and Eastern Indiana.

Dayton Clinical Oncology Program, in cooperation with our participating area hospitals, universities and physicians, provides local access to national state-of-the-art cancer clinical trials through the National Cancer Institute and its Community Oncology Research Programs (NCORP).

Dayton Clinical Oncology Program, incorporated in 1983, became one of the initial members of the community  oncology program. Today, we continue to offer NCI- funded clinical trials, as well as pharmaceutical industry funded clinical trials for cancer.


NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP)

The NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) is a national NCI-supported network that brings cancer treatment and cancer control and prevention clinical trials to people in their communities, while also looking at different aspects of cancer care with cancer care delivery research (CCDR).

How it started...

In the early 1980's, the Federal Government found that over 85% of cancer patients were being treated in their local communities rather than at large cancer treatment centers.They initiated funding for the Community Clinical Oncology Program through the National Cancer Institute (NCI), one of the branches of the National Institutes of Health. Dayton Clinical Oncology Program was one of those original community sites, and has been providing access to national oncology clinical trials since 1983. In 2014, Dayton Clinical Oncology Program was awarded a five-year grant from the NCI, and is one of 46 community sites in the United States to transition from an NCI Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) to an NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP).

How it works...

NCORP is comprised of 7 Research Bases and 46 Community Sites, 12 of which are designated as Minority/Underserved Community Sites. NCORP MU Community Sites have a patient population comprised of at least 30% racial/ethnic minorities or rural residents.

The NCORP Research Bases are hubs for the network that design and spearhead the conduct of multi-center clinical trials and CCDR, and provide overall administration, data management, scientific and statistical leadership, operational processes and personnel, and regulatory compliance.

The NCORP Community Sites accrue patients and participants to NCI-approved cancer clinical trials and research studies. The Sites are consortia of researchers, public hospitals, physician practices, academic medical centers, and other groups that provide healthcare services in communities across the U.S.

SK8 to Elimin8 Cancer

Scott Hamilton Cares Foundation
Hosted by the Troy Skating Club at Hobart Arena on September 21,2019! 


Register and join us as a participant.
Raise funds by asking your network of friends and family to donate.

Donate and help us meet our fundraising goal. A portion of the net proceeds from this event will stay local and support the Dayton Clinical Oncology Program.


Attend our celebration hosted by the Troy Skating Club at Hobart Arena on September 21,2019!


Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to changing the future of cancer by funding advanced innovative research that treats the cancer while sparing the patient. Financial and other information about our charity’s purpose, programs and activities can be obtained by contacting the Executive Director at P.O. Box 360468 Franklin, TN 37068 or (844)726-8884. The headquarters of this organization is located at: 4588 Carothers Parkway Franklin, TN 37069. Our Tax I.D. Number is 47-2328142. Registration in a state does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation of Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation, Inc. by that State.

Is There a Clinical Trial For Me?" 

If you are interested in a clinical trial or would like more information about a clinical trial, speak with your oncologist, surgeon, family practice physician, or contact Dayton Clinical Oncology Program and we will be glad to assist you.

For a complete listing of our currently open clinical trials, go to the "Clinical Trials" tab. We maintain an active list of approximately 100 clinical trials for the treatment of cancers of the brain, breast, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, head and neck, leukemia, lung, lymphoma, melanoma, myeloma, sarcoma, and other sites, and for cancer prevention and cancer control and cancer care delivery research (CCDR). 

Our Contacts


3123 Research Blvd, Suite 150
Dayton, OH 45420


P: (937) 775-1350
F: (937) 775-1358

Working Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:30 -4:30 EST