Stool Sample Collection Protocol for Development of Screening Test for Colorectal Cancer and Other Digestive Tract Cancers

Official Title

Stool Sample Collection Protocol for Development of Screening Test for Colorectal Cancer and Other Digestive Tract Cancers

Summary:

The primary objective of this study is to obtain de-identified, clinically characterized, stool and plasma specimens for use in assessing new markers for the detection of neoplasms of the digestive tract.

Trial Description

Primary Outcome:

  • To provide stool and blood specimens to assess new markers for the detection of CRC
Secondary Outcome:
  • To provide stool and blood specimens for use as controls when assessing new markers for the detection of neoplasms in other locations within the digestive tract (esophagus, stomach, pancreas, etc.)
  • To provide stool and blood specimens for a biorepository for future cancer-related diagnostic test development
  • To provide quality control material for use in assessing performance of developed assays
This is a multi-site, prospective sample collection study. Subjects will be men and women, 40-90 years of age, inclusive, each with a colonoscopic biopsy-based diagnosis of CRC and/or a pre-malignant colorectal lesion with large enough residual lesion to require subsequent surgical excision or complex colonoscopic polypectomy. One stool sample from approximately 300 subjects will be collected in this study. A blood sample will also be collected from subjects.

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