Biobanking for Breast Cancer Prevention and Disparity Research in Florida
The purpose of the study is to develop a centralized data center and biospecimen infrastructure to support breast cancer prevention research targeted to screening-aged women in the state of Florida. A focus of the research is the "gut microbiome" which is studied in stool.
In a collaborative project encompassing Moffitt Cancer Center, the University of Florida (UF) and the University of Miami (UM), entitled Florida Research to Prevent Breast Cancer we aim to develop a centralized data center and biospecimen infrastructure to support breast cancer prevention research targeted to screening-aged women in the state of Florida with a focus on the gut microbiome.
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- Active email address
- > No history of cancer excluding NMSK
- No oral/IV antibiotics within 30 days and/or
- No more than two separate antibiotic regimens within the previous three months
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