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  1. A2B101-101: Obtaining Primary Solid Tumor Tissue from Subjects Having Primary Surgical Resection for Certain Tumor Types and Leukapheresis for CAR T-cell Therapy Manufacturing

    Rochester, MN, Jacksonville, FL

  2. Immune Response to Antigens

    Jacksonville, FL

  3. A Study to Develop a Biorepository of Blood Samples from Cancer Patients Participating in the Gemini (IRB 19-006717) Protocol

    Scottsdale/Phoenix, AZ, Jacksonville, FL

  4. A Study to Compare Colon Lavage Fluids for Pancreatic Cancer Marker Validation

    Jacksonville, FL

  5. Understanding the Challenges, Behavioral Patterns, and Preferences Towards Participation in Clinical Trials in Minority Patient Populations

    Jacksonville, FL, Scottsdale/Phoenix, AZ, Rochester, MN

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