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New biomonitoring methodologies to measure DNA adducts in urinary cells

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Tobacco smoking and the consumption of well-done cooked meats are considered risk factors for bladder cancer. However, exactly how these exposures contribute to bladder cancer is still mostly unknown. The purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate the potential of urine to serve as a biospecimen for the analysis of cancer biomarkers. Participants will be asked to collect their urine from when they first wake up until 6 hours afterward.

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This study is also accepting healthy volunteers
Inclusion Criteria:

• Daily Smoker
• 21 years of age or older
• In general good health
• Willing to collect urine for 6 hours
Exclusion Criteria:

• Unstable health condition
• Pregnant or nursing

Prevention & Wellness

cigarette, nicotine, smoking, tobacco

Laura Maertens - maert006@umn.edu
Robert Turesky
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1605M87561
2016NTLS094

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