The Count Me In Osteosarcoma Project is a study which aims to speed up research into osteosarcoma.
Patients can take part in the project by sharing experiences and medical data. The data will be studied by scientists who can use it to better understand osteosarcoma. The hope is that this project will help to find new treatments.
The Count Me In project is open to anyone in the USA and Canada who has been affected by osteosarcoma.
We were delighted to speak with the Count Me In team to find out more about the project.
Watch our interview with Clinical Project Manager Taylor Cusher to find out more and see how you can get involved.
You can find out more about the Count Me In Osteosarcoma Project on their webpage and on social media.
- Twitter: @ Count_Me_In
- Instagram: @ CountMeIn
- Facebook: @ JoinCountMeIn
- LinkedIn: Count Me In – Patient-Partnered Research
You can also watch a brief overview of the project below.