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Esophageal & Stomach Cancer Project Feb 21
Our aim is to partner with patients to understand the genomic landscape. By discovering the genes that drive this disease & sharing this data, we hope that effective therapies can be developed. Learn more at
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Esophageal & Stomach Cancer Project Feb 27
Thank you to everyone who has signed up for the . We have received over 90 archived tissue samples and are looking forward to sharing data with scientists to accelerate discoveries for esophageal and stomach cancer.
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MPC Project Feb 18
Our second data release is now live, sharing de-identified genomic, clinical, and patient-reported data from 30 tumor tissues and 45 sets of tumor DNA found in blood. Thank you to all who have participated. Explore the data:
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Brain Cancer Project Mar 6
If you’d like to share some brochures about , please send us an email at info@braincancerproject.org with your address and how many you’d like. Thank you to everyone who continues to spread the word!
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Count Me In Feb 28
We've just launched , a research study that aims to accelerate our understanding of osteosarcoma. The project was built with input from patients, parents, caregivers, loved ones, clinicians, and scientists. Find out more:
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MBC Project Mar 4
The has enabled >5700 people across the US and Canada to participate in research. We've received >2,000 saliva samples and requested nearly 3000 medical records. Every patient and every sample will help us better understand MBC.
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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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The Osteosarcoma Project Mar 6
. worked in partnership with patients and parents to develop this project. Learn more about our Project Advisory Council (PAC) members and how their lives have been impacted by osteosarcoma.
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MPC Project Feb 26
Interested in sharing your experience as a participant in the ? Submit this survey to us and we may share a quote from you on social media. Email info@mpcproject.org with any questions.
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MBC Project Feb 26
Heidi B. shares what being part of the means to her. Share this post or learn more and sign up at
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Brain Cancer Project Mar 4
Thank you to everyone who has shared information about . Patients have heard about the project in various ways.
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MPC Project Mar 11
Thank you to everyone who has participated in the , the goal of which is to generate and share data with the entire research community to accelerate discoveries. We've had over 950 men say "count me in" to join the project.
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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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Esophageal & Stomach Cancer Project Mar 11
Our participants hear about the ESCproject in a variety of ways. Below is a breakdown of how people heard about the project. Thank you to everyone for sharing the project. Learn 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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Brain Cancer Project Mar 11
We send requests directly to pathology departments where tissue is stored in order to receive samples for sequencing. This information is gathered through the participant's signed release form. Learn more:
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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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Count Me In Feb 28
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The Osteosarcoma Project Mar 9
Interested in learning more about the or want to know how you can spread the word? Please email us at info@osproject.org
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The Osteosarcoma Project Mar 11
Participation in the is easy. You can allow the study team to send you a saliva collection kit and request copies of your medical records, and opt-in to sharing a blood sample and/or allowing the team to request a portion of tumor tissue.
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