ACED Cohort: Enabling research into early cancer detection

Cancer that is diagnosed at an early stage is more likely to be treated successfully. However, if the cancer is diagnosed at later stages, it is more difficult to treat it, and the chances of survival are lower. This is because cancer has already spread into surrounding tissue or to other organs in the body.

Early detection research studies need a wide range of participants to identify risk factors and evaluate new screening and diagnostic techniques. The Alliance for Cancer Early Detection (ACED) Cohort is a group of volunteers willing to consider participating in early cancer detection research. If you are interested in joining the ACED Cohort, please visit our Join page. Completing the enquiry form with your details would enable us to get in touch with you. For more information about this cohort study, you can read our FAQs.

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