The Angiosarcoma Project takes a new approach to cancer research, by partnering researchers directly with patients, regardless of where they live.
Patients with angiosarcoma around the country can share their samples and clinical information in order to speed important discoveries. This project allows researchers to study patients’ cancer using cutting-edge genomic and molecular research studies performed at the non-profit Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.
The goal of this project is to generate the largest database of genomic and clinical information about angiosarcoma and share it with the entire biomedical community in order to rapidly facilitate discoveries. This project uses stored tissue samples that are left over from previous procedures that patients may have had during their treatment.