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Brain Cancer Project Nov 17
We are happy to say that the is now open to all participants regardless of age.
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The Osteosarcoma Project Nov 13
Patient-partnered research has the ability to empower and affect treatment change for patients with osteosarcoma, like Phoebe. Together we can drive research to discover better treatments for patients with osteosarcoma.
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Esophageal & Stomach Cancer Project Oct 15
Engaging in cancer research to accelerate the understanding of esophageal and stomach cancer is free of charge for participants. Click "Count Me In" at
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Osteosarcoma Institute Feb 28
Replying to @the_osproject
Excited for , a research study open to patients across the US/Canada aimed at generating a clinical and genomic database of osteo patients to share with the research community to accelerate the pace of research. Learn more at
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Brain Cancer Project Oct 23
Meet Rafael, Clinical Data Specialist for Count Me In. What questions do you have for Rafael about his hours spent reading thousands of pages of medical records?
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Broad Institute Feb 28
Today, launched a new project on (). The initiative will enable anyone in the USA and Canada affected by osteosarcoma to participate.
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Brain Cancer Project Nov 19
Dr. Jason Huse tells us in his own words how important it is to include patient voices in research.
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The Osteosarcoma Project Nov 20
Many cancer patients are treated in community settings where research might not be performed. OSproject aims to empower patients anywhere in the US & Canada to participate in research and accelerate treatment discoveries. Find out more at
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Corrie Painter, PhD Feb 3
A4. The is an all comers angiosarcoma patient-partnered genomics project similar to the MBCproject.
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Parker S. Chastain Nov 18
Proud to be a part of a movement where participants drive the research, and I am glad that this movement is now open to brain cancer participants of all ages
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Brain Cancer Project Oct 20
Medical records have stories to tell -- through 100s of pages, we learn about a person and their experiences. During this time, our team continues to receive and generate data from these records. to share your story and help speed treatment discoveries.
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The Osteosarcoma Project Sep 11
Thank you to every participant & supporter of the . The project's success has been a result of your generous contributions. Help us continue by sharing the project with your network - patients can participate in research from their homes.
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Parker S. Chastain Sep 8
Proud to work on a project that works with patients to drive research from their needs and interests
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Brain Cancer Project Nov 24
Dr Linda Bi of shares her message of thanks as we work together to contribute to breakthroughs and increase the pace of biomedical research, no matter where we live.
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Jo Taylor Jul 9
You can join from the uk! No spit or blood tests but I’ve given my details
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Tab Cooney Sep 18
Incredible project empowering brain cancer patients to contribute their information for the greater good
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Count Me In Feb 28
If you, your child, or a loved one has been impacted by osteosarcoma, join a nationwide movement of patients, loved ones, doctors, and scientists by sharing your samples, your medical information, and your voice. Find out how:
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MPC Project Sep 29
Thank you to our many patient partners making a tremendous impact on our understanding of metastatic prostate cancer. Watch this video to learn more about joining, or visit .
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Taylor Cusher Feb 11
Patient-partnered research WORKS, produces scientifically important results, and is a game-changer for rare disease research!
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MBC Project Sep 17
"I didn't think that the stacks of papers that are my medical records - somebody would want them." -Jessica We want to hear your story and accelerate discoveries for metastatic breast cancer.
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