ENAapplication/xmlprimaryOK2000000GenomicsDANA-FARBER CANCER INSThttps://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/browser/view/PRJNA494906Homo sapiensCount Me In - The Metastatic Breast Cancer Project: A Patient-Driven Research Initiative to Accelerate Metastatic Breast Cancer Research. The Metastatic Breast Cancer Project (MBCproject; mbcproject.org) is a research study that directly engages patients with metastatic breast cancer via social media and advocacy groups and empowers them to accelerate cancer research by sharing their samples and clinical information. The goal is to create a publicly available dataset of genomic, molecular, clinical, and patient-reported data to enable research. Patients in the US or Canada may register online. Registered patients are sent an online consent form that asks for permission to obtain and analyze their medical records, tumor tissue, saliva, and blood samples. Once enrolled, patients are sent a saliva kit and asked to mail back a saliva sample, which is used to extract germline DNA. Study staff contact participants' medical providers and obtain medical records... (for more see dbGaP study page.)ENABC, metastatic, count, breast cancer, breast., cancer of breast, carcinoma of breast, NOS, cancer of the breast, breast carcinoma, mammary carcinoma, carcinoma of the breast, cancerBC, metastatic, count, breast cancer, breast., cancer of breast, carcinoma of breast, NOS, cancer of the breast, breast carcinoma, mammary carcinoma, carcinoma of the breast, cancer0.00.00.00.00.00falseCount Me In: The Metastatic Breast Cancer ProjectCount Me In: The Metastatic Breast Cancer Project2022-05-122018-10-09PRJNA4949069606