The only way to improve cancer detection, prevention, and treatment is through research. People participating in research contribute to medical knowledge and have opportunity to receive cutting-edge care.
Breast and Ovarian Cancer Education Research for African American/Black and Latina Women
Study Contact Information:
Sara Gómez Trillos by email or by phone: (434) 374-1816
Enhancing Genetic Risk Assessment in Underserved Blacks and Latinas at Risk of Hereditary Breast Cancer
About the Study
Researchers are conducting a study to test how well education materials increase use knowledge about risk. Participants will watch 90 minutes of educational videos and complete 2 short surveys. In all, this will take approximately 3 hours to complete over a two-week period. Everything will be completed over the phone or online. Compensation will be provided for participation. NOTE: This study is no longer enrolling participants.
NOTE: This study is no longer enrolling participants.