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Donating Your Tissue for Research

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Tissue donation for cancer research can be meaningful to patients and medical researchers. Through personal stories, this video highlights perspectives from cancer survivor Sue Scott, her physician-researcher, Christian Hinrichs, MD, of the National Cancer Institute, and pathologist and cancer survivor, Hala Makhlouf, MD, PhD. More information is available on biospecimen donations as part of informed consent in the brochure, How You Can Help Medical Research: Donating Your Blood, Tissue, and Other Samples.