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UBC BC Cancer Agency Research Ethics Board

The University of British Columbia / BC Cancer Agency Research Ethics Board (UBC BCCA REB) is a UBC-affiliated Research Ethics Board (REB) for the BC Cancer Agency.

The UBC BCCA REB is responsible for reviewing clinical, epidemiological and behavioural adult oncology research projects, including basic science projects that use human materials. All research at the BC Cancer Agency involving humans or material and information derived from humans must be reviewed and approved by the UBC BCCA REB before the project can be activated.

The UBC BCCA REB is comprised of members who among them pool extensive experience and knowledge in scientific investigations, cancer research, the experience of cancer patients and the ethical issues raised by research involving humans.

For more information, please visit the UBC BC Cancer Agency REB page.

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