Surveillance study in Multi-Organ Cancer prone syndromes (SMOC+)
The SMOC+ study is investigating surveillance for people at high risk of multi-organ cancer using whole body MRI.
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There are well established surveillance practices for common cancers. These include mammogram for breast cancer and colonoscopy for bowel cancer. However, there is little or no surveillance for people at risk of developing cancer anywhere in the body. The SMOC+ study is investigating surveillance for people at high risk of multi-organ cancer using whole body MRI.
Who can participate in SMOC+?
Individuals at high risk of cancer due to their inherited genetic make-up. A referral from a family cancer clinic or genetic research study is required.
What does participation involve? - Consenting to allow access to medical records - Consenting to access to Medicare/PBS data (optional) - Completing questionnaires - Annual whole body MRI and other recommended surveillance - Annual blood test