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Cohort Study of Pancreatic Cancer Risk

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Cohort Study of Pancreatic Cancer Risk

This study is designed to develop a cohort of individuals without pancreatic cancer, but who are at increased risk of developing it due to family history or genetic predisposition. These high-risk individuals will be asked to provide baseline and annual (serial) follow-up blood samples for the duration of the study funding. Mayo Clinic is part of a national Pancreatic Cancer Detection Consortium (PCDC)[1] which aims to establish a high-risk cohort with the goal of validating blood biomarkers (discovered/developed outside of this protocol) using the samples collected serially (annually) that predict or detect pancreatic cancer prior to clinical diagnosis.

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Cohort Study of Pancreatic Cancer Risk

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NCT04247503

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