Prevent Anal Cancer Study
Anal cancer is fairly rare – much less common than cancer of the colon or rectum, but the number of new anal cancer cases have been rising for many years. The Prevent Anal Cancer study (PAC) is a research project funded by the National Institutes of Health - National Cancer Institute. The study is researching new and unique methods to test for anal cancer in men who have sex with men and transwomen in Milwaukee, Chicago and Houston.
This study is led by Dr. Alan Nyitray at the Medical College of Wisconsin in partnership with community based organizations, local area clinics and other research institutions. We are looking for study participants, who if eligible, will be compensated for their participation in the project. Click on the + buttons below to take the eligibility survey, learn more about the project and study team, and learn more about anal cancer.
Contact Us & Get Involved
For general information or to request a link for the eligibility survey, contact:
PAC Study, Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center
Study Coordinator: Christopher Ajala
firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 805-8200
Principal Investigator: Alan Nyitray, PhD
email@example.com or (414) 805-8200
Click on each + to learn more about the study, take the eligibility survey and find out more about anal cancer and screening.
Learn more about the PAC study.
See if you are eligible to participate in the PAC study.
Meet the study team and our partners.
Information, epidemiology and helpful links.
Research publications, presentations, and other media.