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Kansas Cancer Projects seeks to bring together multi-disciplinary clinicians, researchers, and community members to investigate and foster evidence-based care across the cancer continuum. 

The cancer continuum spans across many stages from cancer etiology, prevention, early detection, treatment, survivorship, and end of life. Researchers use this framework to identify research gaps and where collaborative efforts will have the greatest impact. Kansas Cancer Projects engage in crosscutting research topics that include provider and patient education, shared-decision making in clinical care, quality of care, and health disparities in early detection and cancer treatment. 

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Current Research
Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in participating in a research project?

The following studies are currently recruiting: