Participants Sought for Long-Term Cancer Prevention Study
Ann Arbor's St. Joseph Mercy and University of Michigan hospitals are partnering in a nationwide cancer prevention study, and they'd like to enroll at least 500 Ann Arbor residents to participate.
John Stout is Oncology Services director at St. Joseph Mercy. He says this is a great opportunity to take part in an important long-term study.
Stout says to take part in the study you must be between the ages of 30 and 65 and never have been diagnosed with cancer.
Participants must also be willing to make a long-term commitment that includes follow-up surveys at home for the next 20-30 years.
Final enrollment for the study will take place over the next two weeks. For more information visit the link below.