Cancer Pain Symptoms

The current list of studies for cancer patients in Australia.

There are many ongoing studies with medicinal cannabis in cancer patients addressing a wide range of symptoms associated with cancer and cancer therapies. These include chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV), anorexia or wasting and cancer-related pain. Below you will find the current list of studies for cancer patients in Australia. 

More information can be found by clicking the “Study title” link or if the study is “Recruiting”, there is a link to the relevant study website/contact page to express your interest in participation.

Trial statusIndicationLocationAgeCannabinoidPlacebo armStudy titleStudy sponsorMore information
RecruitingAll indicationsNSW, VIC, QLD, TAS, NT, ACT, SA, WA18 – no limitCBD OilTHCCACOS: CA Clinics Observational StudyApplied Cannabis Researchlink
RecruitingAdvanced cancerNSW18 – no limitCBD OilTHCCARE-NSWNSW Ministry of Health
RecruitingAnorexia in advanced cancerNSW18 – no limitCBD OilTHCMedicinal Cannabis for Anorexia in Advanced CancerNSW Ministry of Health
RecruitingAdvanced cancerQLD25 – no limitCBD OilMedCan 1 – CBDAustralian Government
RecruitingCINVNSW18 – no limitCBD OilTHCCannabisCINVNSW Ministry of Health
RecruitingAcute Graft-Versus-Host diseaseNSW18 – no limitCBD OilCannabidiol in the Prevention of Acute Graft-Versus-Host DiseaseKalytera Therapeutics Israel, Ltd.link
RecruitingAll indicationsNSW, VIC, QLD, TAS, NT, ACT, SA, WA18 – no limitCBD OilBODOLOSBOD Australialink
Not yet recruitingAdvanced cancerVIC18 – no limitCBD OilTHCRESONANCEOlivia Newton John Cancer Research Institutelink
Not yet recruitingAll indicationsNSW, VIC, QLD, TAS, NT, ACT, SA, WANo limitCBD OilTHCDosage patterns and efficacy of medicinal cannabis treatments in patients receiving medicinal cannabis for any conditionCannvalate

 

Last updated 4 August 2020