I'm not sure how I missed this National Cancer Research Institute survey, but I was the details via a patients group for whom I am an advocate (usemydata.org.uk) .
I found it to be a worthwhile survey to complete - it only took about 10 minutes and gave me the chance to ask a couple of serious questions about research (or lack of it) into chemotherapy "super-responders" ... patients whose outcomes from chemo far exceed the expectations of the clinicians and patients.
Research to help people living with and beyond cancer – have your say and help us to improve the lives of people affected by cancer
Have your say on the future of research relevant to living with and beyond cancer by completing the National Cancer Research Institute survey at www.research.net/r/CancerQuestions. Please feel free to share the survey with your community, family, friends and colleagues and encourage as many people as possible to share their views.
The survey is aimed at:
- health or social care professionals or volunteers working with adults affected by cancer
- cancer patients first diagnosed as an adult
- those who look after/have looked after people who were first diagnosed with cancer as adults.