The Metastatic Breast Cancer Project

The Metastatic Breast Cancer Project is a new research project by the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute which has the goal to help speed discoveries and development of new treatments for metastatic breast cancer.

They are looking to partner directly with people living with metastatic breast cancer to access your medical information to help inform and be included in future studies. Their approach is different in that all you do is complete a simple online form about yourself and your diagnosis and provide consent to use your data and tissue samples when relevant. There is no cost to participate and it is open to anyone in the country living with metastatic breast cancer. Visit, consider joining, and share with others.

Information provided by LBBC.


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