As advocates we create change that improves the lives of those with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
The FRAT program is made possible by generous support from:
The FORCE Research Advocate Training (FRAT) Program is a basic educational course aimed at preparing people to become engaged in research advocacy on behalf of the hereditary breast, ovarian and related cancers community. The program consists of a series of expert-led webinars on topics including basic cancer, breast and ovarian cancer, genetics, statistics, clinical trials and research, patient protection, ethics, and government regulatory processes.
Please complete this application if you are interested in participating in the FRAT program. If you already have research knowledge or experience and want to put it to good use or have questions about the FRAT Program, please contact Diane Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FRAT participants and graduates, log in here to access our secure FRAT webpage (Please contact Diane Rose at email@example.com if you do not have the correct login ninformation).