Blood Test to Detect Cancer; A Greater Cleveland; Ohio Bee Atlas

What if a blood test could detect cancer in its earliest stages? Northeast Ohio will soon be ground zero for these groundbreaking clinical trials. 

A new campaign called "A Greater Cleveland" has a lofty goal -- to spur a community-wide effort that makes a difference in the lives of impoverished children.

We'll also examine the plight of the bumblebee and look at how you can help.

Additional Information & Resources:

Find out more information on The Circulating Cell-free Genome Atlas (CCGA) study, contact the Center for Clinical Genomics CCGA study team at 216-445-2164 or CCGAStudy@ccf.org

Learn more about the Ohio Bee Atlas and start uploading your bumblebee photos.

Guests: 

Mikkael Sekeres, MD, Vice Chair for Clinical Research at Cleveland Clinic's Taussig Cancer Institute

Chris Quinn, Editor, cleveland.com

Randy Mitchell, PhD, Professor of Biology, University of Akron

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