Eligibility: Identical and non-identical female twin pairs, aged 18 years and above, in which at least one twin has had breast cancer.
This study could benefit all women by clarifying the genetic and environmental risks of developing breast cancer. It aims to:
This international research project is being conducted collaboratively at the University of Melbourne by Professor John Hopper and the University of Southern California by Professor Thomas Mack and their associated colleagues.
If you agree to participate in our study, we will:
This study is open to identical and non-identical female twin pairs aged 18 years and above in which at least one twin has had breast cancer.
If you are not yet a Twins Research Australia member you will also need to register online here.