Baylor College of Medicine

Throat and Other HPV-Related Cancers in Men: Identifying Them Early (H-49215)



Your Involvement

At your study visit, you can expect to complete a questionnaire, provide a blood sample, and swish/spit mouthwash.

If you’re identified to be at possible high risk for HPV-related throat cancer, you will be offered yearly throat cancer screenings for up to five years. This is expected to be about 2-3% of individuals.  

About the Study

HPV-related throat cancer is on the rise, and by the time symptoms appear, the cancer has already spread in about 80% of cases. The TRINITY study is working to establish early screening methods to identify cancer earlier, before it requires treatment with life-long side effects.

IRB: H-49215




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