Use our HBOC Research Search tool to find and participate in research focused on hereditaty cancers. Need assistance getting started?
Here are some research studies that may be enrolling patients like you. Please check with the study contact and your health care provider to confirm your eligibility and see if the study is right for you. Note, our search tool may not be comprehensive and additional research resources can be found here.
This is a study looking at esophageal ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) as a screening for pancreatic cancer in high risk individuals.
BFOR is a research study looking at ways to make genetic testing easier. It offers BRCA testing at no cost to men and women age 25 or older, who have at least one Ashkenazi Jewish grandparent. The study is open to people who live in the Boston, New York, Los Angeles or Philadelphia metropolitan areas. For more information, visit the BFOR study website.
The goal of the GENERATE study is to increase the uptake of genetic testing among family members of pancreatic cancer patients who carry a genetic mutation.
This study involves education about genetic testing, undergoing genetic testing for cancer risk and completion of a series of 4 sets of questionnaires.
The study is not yet open but you can complete the Contact Form to be notified when the study begins enrolling.
The Genetic Education for Men or GEM study, is a clinical trial evaluating educational tools for men from families in which a BRCA1/2 gene mutation has been identified. In order to identify untested men from BRCA1/2 families, we are seeking women who have received positive BRCA1/2 test results and have at least one untested male relative.
Women interested in the study should contact the project coordinator, Mary Kate Ladd, by phone at (877) 687-2720 (toll-free) or by email.
|Clinical Trial||Official Title|
|NCT03250078||A Pancreatic Cancer Screening Study in High Risk Individuals Including Those With New-Onset Diabetes Mellitus|
|NCT02478892||Screening for PDAC in BRCA1/2 Patients|
|NCT02400398||Evaluating Weight Stability of Pancreatic Cancer Cachexia Patients|
|NCT03568630||Blood Markers of Early Pancreas Cancer|
|NCT02206360||Pancreatic Cancer Early Detection Program|
|NCT03693378||A Study of IMMray™ PanCan-d Test for Early Detection of Pancreatic Cancer in High-risk Groups|
|NCT03851133||Florida Pancreas Collaborative Next Generation Biobank|