Cancer Treatment Tolerability Consortium

An image of medical doctors meeting at a table, pointing at an electronic tablet.The NCI Cancer Moonshot Tolerability Consortium is a consortium of multidisciplinary teams that is developing new methods for analyzing patient-reported outcomes in the setting of cancer clinical trials. These methods will better define patient tolerability to cancer treatment.

The tolerability of cancer treatments is a critical element of reducing suffering and death from this disease. In addition to the acute toxicities of treatment, long-term and chronic side effects can both decrease a patient’s ability to complete treatment and greatly affect their quality of life.

This consortium seeks to expand upon the use and reach of the PRO-CTCAE and other PRO instruments that can inform symptomatic toxicities and their impacts, as well as develop more methods to analyze and report.

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Consortium Organization

  • Steering Committee
  • Members
  • NCI/FDA Stakeholders

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Working Groups

  • GP5
  • Standardization Working Group
  • Common Data Elements

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Resources and Tools

  • Selected Scoring and Summary Measures
  • Color Schemes
  • Other Resources

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Resources and Tools

Publications

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Presentations

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