Hello! Thank you for your interest in the Breast Cancer Survivorship Cohort! We are looking for 1,000 women who have survived breast cancer to participate in a study that involves completing questionnaires and providing samples once per year for 5 years. If you are interested in participating, please answer a few questions to find out if you may be eligible. If so, you will be directed to a website where you can schedule a time to talk with one of our study coordinators to learn more.
Thank you for your interest! This survey will assess your eligibility to participate in the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, Eileen McGeever Breast Cancer Survivorship Program, for which we are looking to recruit 1,000 breast cancer survivors to donate blood and complete surveys once per year for 5 years for this breast cancer research study. If you are interested in participating, please answer a few questions to find out if you may be eligible. If eligible, you will be able to schedule a Phone Consultation to speak with one of our study coordinators to learn more about the program and move on to the next step of our recruitment process.
The Eileen McGeever Breast Cancer Survivorship Program led by USC Norris scientists and clinicians, is an exciting new program that is developing a novel blood test to detect the presence of micro-metastatic residual breast cancer at the end of therapy and is looking to develop a recurrence risk classifier that also incorporates additional clinical, environmental, and lifestyle risk factors.