Women's Cancer Research
When you receive care at the Cedars-Sinai Women's Cancer Program, you benefit from the expertise of one of the country’s top women’s cancer research programs. Our research findings help drive a personalized care plan focused on treatments that show the most promise in helping you fight cancer.
Laboratory-Based Research for Women's Cancer
Women's cancer specialists at the Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program are actively involved in research. Our experts take a bench-to-bedside approach, using their scientific findings to inform your treatment plan.
Our teams continuously seek new ways to prevent cancer, detect the disease earlier and develop novel treatments to stop disease progression.
Cedars-Sinai has a robust research laboratories program. The following laboratories specifically focus on women's cancer:
- Lawrenson Laboratory: Kate Lawrenson,
, assistant OB-GYN professor, focuses her research team’s efforts on the early detection of ovarian cancer and improved treatments.
- Orsulic Laboratory: The research efforts of OB-GYN Professor Sandra Orsulic, PhD , focus on the growth and progression of ovarian cancer, including the role of genetic mutations.
How You Can Help Women's Cancer Research at Cedars-Sinai
Advancements in cancer detection and treatments wouldn't be possible without the help of people who are willing to join research efforts. At Cedars-Sinai, you have the chance to voluntarily participate in various research opportunities, including:
- Hereditary cancer registry: With the Cedars-Sinai Hereditary Cancer Program, you can join one of the world's largest registries for people who have undergone gene testing to measure their susceptibility to breast cancer.
- Tissue bank: You may choose to donate tissue samples to our Gynecologic Tissue Bank. Researchers from across the globe use these samples to explore how women's cancers develop and grow.
- Clinical trial opportunities: As a Cedars-Sinai patient, you may participate in the latest clinical trials to try new therapies not yet available to the general public.
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