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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.

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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

Importance of Research

Why research is needed to improve care.

Types of Research

Learn about the different types of research studies that enroll patients.

Protection of Participants

Guidelines exist to assure that research is ethical and safe.

Testing New Drugs

Learn how new therapies are tested before being approved for treatment.

Protection of Participants

Research studies are enrolling patients like you.

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