Women Anywhere in the US with A Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Needed!

It is widely known that a breast cancer diagnosis can have far reaching effects both socially and emotionally. Less well understood are the ways in which a breast cancer diagnosis impacts the well-being and quality of life of certain subgroups of women.Specifically, the research team would like to assess the health and well-being of women who have recurrent disease, metastatic disease, have been recently diagnosed, have an additional invasive cancer diagnosis, OR who are currently undergoing cancer treatment. Identifying the unique needs by asking some questions in a phone survey will help researchers be able to develop appropriate programs for these women.

If this study isn’t a right fit for you, but you know someone who might be interested in participating, please pass it on. Forwarding our information to friends and family is just as important as participating in a study.

What’s the study about?

The information gained from this research about the well-being and quality of life of women with breast cancer will be used to develop programs and services.

What’s involved?

If you choose to join this study, you will be asked to take part in a phone survey that will last approximately 45 minutes. Questions about your health, medical history, demographics, and sexual orientation will be asked. Six hundred women are needed for this study.

Who is conducting the study?

Ulrike Boehmer, PhD, at the Boston University School of Public Health in collaboration with Brown University

Where?

Anywhere in the United States

Who can participate?

You can sign up for the Variations in the Health Needs of Breast Cancer Survivors Study if you fall into at least one of these groups:You have been diagnosed with breast cancer within the past year;

OR

You are currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer;

OR

You have had a recurrence of breast cancer;

OR

You have metastatic breast cancer;

OR

You have had a breast cancer diagnosis AND a diagnosis of another invasive cancer (it is OK if you are currently undergoing treatment for either cancer).

After you RSVP, the researcher will ask you additional questions to be sure that this study is a right fit for you.

RSVP, or Join The Army of Women:

The Love/Avon Army of Women offers women the opportunity to partner with the scientists who are conducting research that will end this disease–once and for all.

Breast cancer has been around for decades, but it does not have to be our future. We can be the generation that stops breast cancer once and for all by figuring out what causes this disease and how to prevent it!

Sign up for your sister, mother, daughter, granddaughter, best friend, and the woman you met last week. This is YOUR chance to be part of the research that will end breast cancer.

It takes a just a minute to join. But the impact we will have will last a lifetime.

Please Join Me in Being One in a Million!


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