Your tumor and medical records could unlock discoveries.
The unique genetic information in your cancer could hold the key to rapid advances in cancer treatment. By looking at the DNA in your samples, researchers can make discoveries that will ultimately lead to a better understanding and faster advances in the treatment of metastatic breast cancer. This information will be invaluable to cancer research for years to come.
Become part of the research movement.
Have a direct impact on the future.
By saying “Count Me In” you will partner with leading research institutes, hospitals, and patient advocacy groups by sharing part of your stored tumor tissue and copies of your medical records.
Here’s how you can participate
Step 1. Tell us about yourself
Click “Count Me In” and complete a simple online form to tell us about yourself and your cancer.
Step 2. Give us permission to collect your samples and data
After you fill out the online survey, we will ask you to fill out an online consent form that requests your permission to obtain copies of your medical records and some of your stored tumor tissue. We’ll also send you a simple kit to collect a saliva sample. We will send you a separate online consent form that requests your permission to obtain and analyze a sample of your blood. We will do the rest — we’ll contact your doctors and hospitals to obtain copies of your medical records and a portion of your stored tumor samples.
Step 3. Learn with us along the way
We are excited to learn with you! Throughout the project, we will provide you with regular updates about the status of the project and share any discoveries that you have enabled us to make. We also may ask you additional questions about your experience to help with future studies — we want to hear what’s important to you.
The time to act is now
We are asking you to say “Count Me In” and donate something invaluable to cancer research. Your tissue samples and medical information will be used for transformative genomic studies that will ultimately lead to a better understanding and faster advances in the treatment of metastatic breast cancer.
Please join us and say “Count Me In”
With your help, patients can be the driving force behind cancer research.