Research makes a real difference to people’s lives and a vital contribution to the ALLG. It helps us to improve existing treatments and services and discover new treatments and services.


Get involved in clinical research

Want to know more about what research is happening locally to you?

  • Ask your cancer specialist
  • Speak to your GP or nurse about any research opportunities that might be available to you
  • Visit your local hospital or your local GP surgery website

It is “OK to ask” about research opportunities that could be available to you or your loved ones, if you have a medical condition you are receiving treatment for.

Read the Survivor Stories of people talking about their experience of being part of a clinical trial, how they made the decision to take part, what was involved and what it was like for them.

Thinking About Participating in a Clinical Trial

Participating in a clinical trial is an important personal decision. Potential participants should know as much as possible about the clinical trial and feel comfortable asking the members of the research team questions about it. In addition, it can be helpful to talk to your doctor, family members, or friends before deciding to register for a clinical trial.

Take a look at our frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding clinical trials.

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial then please contact the ALLG or register your details via the form below.

Registration of Interest Form

Please complete the registration form below:

  • Do you agree for your information to be entered in our database for future contact?