Cancer Screening Study
Cancer is a public health burden globally. Both incidence and mortality for many cancers are projected to increase worldwide. Prevention through population-based screening is a vital public health strategy for cancer control.
The purpose of this research study is to collect blood samples and medical information to help in the development of a blood test that can screen for many cancers from a single blood draw. This is an experimental test which is still under development. The goal of this blood test is to help doctors find cancers early, potentially at a time when tumours are still small.
Researchers will look at markers in the blood that show up when cancer is just developing. These findings from the blood, your medical history and results from your routine cancer screening will be used to develop this cancer screening blood test. Compensation for your time may be provided.
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