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Study Overview

The research study is being conducted to determine if a new type of contrast agent can detect your cancer cells and to determine if the cancer has spread.  The dye is unique for the following reasons:
·      It is not radioactive
·      It can be seen with a simple camera that does not require radiation
·      It is designed to go to cancer cells.
You have been invited into this study because there is a chance that you have cancer.  If you agree to join the study, you will be asked to complete the following research procedures: injection of the contrast dye and then visualizing your tumor during surgery to see if it took up the dye and is allowing the tumor to glow.    

  • Study Identifier: 834577

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