Noblesville—Riverview Hospital is honored to help the American Cancer Society with a CPS-3 (Cancer Prevention Study-3) collection site at the upcoming Relay For Life event at Forest Park on May 11-12. The American Cancer Society is inviting men and women between the ages of 30-65, who have no personal history of cancer, to join this historic research study.
By enrolling in CPS-3, you will help further the understanding of cancer prevention, which can help save lives and give people more of the most precious resource, time. CPS-3 is a long-term follow- up study of lifestyle and/or genetic risk factors for cancer in adult men and women. The American Cancer Society is studying how cancer is linked to our diet and exercise routines.
To sign up for the study and aid in this important research effort, come to the CPS-3 tent from 1-5 pm on May 11. All you need to do is fill out a short survey, get your waist measured and give blood (about seven teaspoons extracted by a phlebotomist). A more comprehensive survey will be mailed to you in a few weeks. There is no cost to participate in the CPS-3 study.
If you have any questions about the CPS-3 study, please feel free to email Mike Morris at email@example.com.
Riverview Health is comprised of a full-service, 156-bed hospital in Noblesville and a hospital in Westfield with 20 beds. Also included are 23 primary, immediate and specialty-care facilities in Hamilton County. Riverview Health provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services in more than 35 healthcare specialties and has been frequently recognized for its clinical and service excellence. National achievements include Healthgrades America's 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery award (2019) and Outstanding Patient Experience award (2017-2018). Leapfrog Group awarded Riverview Health an A grade—the highest grade possible—for patient safety in 2017. As one of the largest employers in Hamilton County, Riverview Health recently received the Five-Star AchieveWELL Award through the Wellness Council of Indiana and was honored at the 2017 Indiana Health and Wellness Summit.