The Department of Radiation Oncology seeks adults ages 18 and older with gynecological cancers for a research study. The purpose of the study is to determine if tumor cells or tumor materials circulating in the blood can be used as a tool in the future to help guide cancer treatment decisions during or after radiation with or without chemotherapy.
You may be eligible for this study if you have been diagnosed with gynecological cancer -such as cervical, vaginal vulvar or endometrial and plan on receiving radiation therapy as a part of your definitive treatment plan.
This study involves collecting blood samples from participants at various time points during treatment visits and follow up visits. Clinic follow ups will occur 1 months and 3 months after treatment completion.
Study-related blood draws will be completed at no cost.