ABOUT THE GAP STUDY
The Genetics of Appendix Cancer (GAP) Study is a research study of individuals with an appendix cancer diagnosis and their families.
The goal of the GAP Study is to answer the question of: Is there a genetic link to appendix cancer?
The GAP Study is a national crowdsourcing study of individuals who received an appendix cancer diagnosis between the ages of 18 and 99 years old. Participants are asked about their cancer diagnosis, quality of life, family history, and lifestyle via a secure, web-based REDCap application.
Learn more about the GAP Study by visiting our website below: