Virginians together for health

Together we can improve health in Virginia!

The Massey Cancer Center at Virginia Commonwealth University invites you to join "Together For Health - Virginia," a cancer prevention study.

What is "Together for Health - Virginia"?

Together for Health – Virginia is a research program being conducted by the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Massey Cancer Center in Richmond, Virginia. We are asking Virginians to take a survey that will assist the Massey Cancer Center improve cancer prevention, education, and outreach. Our goal is simple—to better understand how social, behavioral and environmental factors impact health in Virginia.



Why should I join?

Together for Health - Virginia is an important research program that collects information from people like you to understand risk factors that contribute to cancer in your community. If you decide to join, your input will help the Massey Cancer Center develop better health care practices and services related to cancer and community health. Compensation is available for participants who complete the survey.

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Partner for health

Your input will help improve cancer prevention, education, and outreach.

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Compensation available

Compensation is available for survey participants.

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Advance cancer research

Advance cancer research that will help future generations.

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Am I eligible?

If you are over 18 and live in Virginia, you can participate in the research program. You do not need to be getting your healthcare from the VCU Health System, or have health insurance to join. Participation is free and open to people of every race, ethnicity, sex, gender, and sexual orientation. Easily enroll using a computer, tablet, and or smartphone.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Virginia resident
  • 18 or older
  • Able to provide consent
  • Internet access with a computer, tablet or smartphone
A study participant

"I have lost friends to cancer... Thank you for doing this study."

"Together for Health - Virginia" participant