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Sask. Cancer Agency seeks participants for huge health study

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“Our state is known for our kindness, generosity, and willingness to unite when given the opportunity,” Bulych said in a statement. We can come together again to create a healthier future for all Canadians.”

According to the agency, those who sign up will spend about 45 minutes filling out an online survey containing questions about health and lifestyle. They then book his 30-minute visits for “blood or saliva samples and other measurements” at centers in Saskatoon and Regina.

During the study, participants will be contacted to provide health and lifestyle updates and may opt out at any time.

Privacy will be protected during the study through strict protocols for confidentiality and access to information, the agency said.

Raiz Alvi, director of epidemiology at the Cancer Research Institute, said the study offers a good opportunity to help advance medical research.

“The addition of Saskatchewan to this major research project provides an opportunity to create a legacy that will have wide-ranging impact on generations to come,” Alvi said in a statement.

Research details can be found online.

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