Colorectal Cancer Screening
Getting screened is the single best way to prevent colorectal cancer or
catch it early, when it can be cured. The American Cancer Society recommends that average-risk adults begin colorectal cancer screening at age 45. Yet 1 in 3 people in the U.S. are not getting screening withtoday’s options, which most commonly include colonoscopyand stool-based testing.
A simple blood test like the one being studied in the ECLIPSE study could boost screening rates and help savelives by making screening as simple as a blood draw.
Sundance Clinical Research is participating in a colorectal cancer screening study to learn if early signs of colorectal cancer can be detected by a simple blood test. All qualified individuals will receive study related care at no cost.
Adults between the ages of 40-80 years old
Have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knee
Experiencing pain due to OA of the knee for at least 26 weeks
May receive compensation for time and travel
Do not need insurance to join this study
For more information, submit your information using the link below. After you submit your information, a specialist will call you to talk about the study. There is no obligation to join — you can decide if the study is right for you.
You can also talk to a Sundance Patient Recruitment Specialist about this study by calling (314) 567-3377.
NEW! Referral program
Even if you can't join a clinical trial, you may be able to refer a friend, family member, neighbor, or colleague who can. You can get paid up to $25 for each successful referral made to Sundance.