• CDC seeks participants in Breast Cancer in Young Women Survey

    Asked by Ejourneys on Tuesday, April 18, 2017

    CDC seeks participants in Breast Cancer in Young Women Survey

    The CDC is looking for women diagnosed with breast cancer between ages 18 and 49 to participate in its survey of breast cancer in young women:

    "The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has contracted with the non-profit research company RTI International to conduct a survey called Breast Cancer in Young Women Survey. The CDC is interested in research on breast cancer care and treatment for young women. We have partnered with non-profit organizations, Living Beyond Breast Cancer and Young Survival Coalition to reach out to potential participants.

    "The survey includes questions about your insurance coverage, employment status, copayments/deductibles, and the care that you received during your breast cancer treatment. Your survey participation may help us to improve the care and policies for young women diagnosed with breast cancer such as yourself."

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    • Sabela's Avatar

      The link didnt work. Am living in Finland and wondering if i can join.

      about 3 years ago

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