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The only way to improve cancer detection, prevention, and treatment is through research.

Participating in research allows people to contribute to medical knowledge and offers the opportunity to receive cutting-edge care.

Research & Clinical Trials

As the only national nonprofit advocacy organization focused on hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, FORCE has a strong commitment to promoting research.

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Participating in Research

Participating in Research

Read answers to frequently asked questions on research participation. Learn why participating in research is so important, how participants are protected from harm, and how new drugs and technologies are developed and tested. 

Research Findings

Research Findings

With input from our Scientific Advisory Board, FORCE critically evaluates new research articles on topics of interest to our community and makes the science understandable and accessible to our community.

Research Advocate Program

Research Advocate Program

Learn about our FORCE Research Advocate Training (FRAT) Program and how you can speak out on behalf of people affected by HBOC.

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