The Behavior, Risk Information, Genealogy, and Health Trial (BRIGHT) is a research project focused on people from families with a history of melanoma.
Cancer Genetics Study
A resource for patients, families, health professionals, and researchers, the Cancer Genetics Study (CGS) helps identify and recruit people who may be at higher risk for cancer because of inherited genetic factors.
Family CARE Project
The Family CARE (Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Risk Education) Project is a research study focused on family members of people who have been diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
The Health Education and Active Living in Surviving Seniors (HEALS) Project examines quality of life and physical function outcomes in female cancer survivors age 55 and older. Participants attend classes in Tai Chi Chih (a simplified form of Tai Chi) or Health Education for 12 weeks.
Ewing sarcoma is the second most common bone cancer in children and young adults, but we know very little about why people get it. Project GenESis is one of the first studies to try to find out.
The Risk Education & Assessment for Cancer Heredity (REACH) Project is a research study focused on educating women and their families about their risk for hereditary breast/ovarian cancer and empowering them with knowledge for making informed health decisions that could potentially save lives.
The Legacy Girls Study
The purpose of this study is to help us learn how habits and development of young girls relates to breast health for adult women.