Oncology Research Project
Developing Innovative Healthcare Related Decision Support Tools
Join BioTwin’s Research Project
The BioTwin Oncology research project is approved by an independent ethics review board and aimed at developing novel decision support tools and metabolomic profiles associated with various cancer stages. The research focuses on six (6) cancers that are difficult to detect at an early stage, as they are often asymptomatic (pancreas, colorectal, lung, ovary) or highly prevalent (breast, prostate).
The general population can contribute to this oncology research project by joining a control group.
Expected Outcomes of the Research
The Oncology research project's primary objectives are to bring to commercialization oncology innovative tools to assist healthcare professionals with:
Who is eligible?
BioTwin invites diagnosed patients with cancer, at-risk patients, and the general population to join the project.
Diagnosed or in remission patients.
Lung, and sous-types
Other (note that other types of cancers are also accepted)
At-Risk Patients & General Population
Invited to join as a reference group
All participants must be at least 14 years old to join the research project.
How to Join the Oncology Research Project?
BioTwin makes it easy to join the Oncology Research Project. Follow the steps below to get started.
Step 1: Create a user account via TwinMe.
To create a user account on TwinMe you by provide a valid email address and create a password.
Step 2: Complete the "Profile Questionnaire".
Completing the profile questionnaire provides basic information, to calibrate and initiate the development of your user account.
Step 3: Complete the "Cancer Questionnaire".
This questionnaire is designed for us to get a better understanding of how you are affected by cancer.
Step 4: Order your Free "At-Home Sample Kit".
To complete the process, you'll order an at-home sample kit, which we will deliver to you free of charge. The kit will contain clear instructions and tools required to take non-invasive samples.
Please note that participants in this research project will not receive individual oncology-related results. Learn more about BioTwin's Privacy Policies.