Do you have a routine colonoscopy scheduled or are you willing to schedule one? You may be eligible to participate in a clinical study investigating colorectal cancer (CRC) treatments and strategies.
Participants may contribute to valuable CRC research. Earn up to $575 or more for your participation.
CRC is responsible for 1 in 3 new cancer cases and 12.9% of cancer-related deaths in the United States.
African Americans are 20% more likely to be diagnosed with CRC compared to average rates across other racial and ethnic groups.
We are seeking to research potential colorectal cancer prevention and treatment strategies through the collection of blood and stool samples from high and low risk populations. Eligible patients will provide samples from the comfort home before and after their next colonoscopy with the assistance of a mobile nurse.
Patients will complete at-home surveys twice a year for eight years to assess long-term changes to symptoms.
Anyone that has scheduled, or is willing to schedule, a routine colonoscopy
Those with or without a personal or family history of colorectal cancer
You’ll be compensated for your time throughout the study and automatically receive payment for completing tasks. In total you may receive up to $575 or more for completing the study in full.
Sample collection process will repeat only if you have another colonoscopy during the course of the study.