Survey - What treatment outcomes mattered most to you?

To help us explore alternative ways of paying for new cancer drugs in the NHS, we want to find out which treatment outcomes are most important to people affected by cancer.

Closing date: Closed

Location: Home

Payment and Expenses: N/A

Time commitment: One off survey that will take 10-15 minutes

About the opportunity:

Cancer Research UK are conducting a joint research project with the Office of Health Economics, RAND Europe and King’s College London. The aim of the study is to find out which treatment outcomes are most important to patients and their loved ones.

We know that most treatments are aimed to be curative or to prolong life, but that wider factors such as side-effects and length of treatment, can affect people’s quality of life. We therefore want to understand what matters most to patients when they’re considering treatment options.

The insight gathered as part of the study will be used to identify alternative ways of paying for new cancer drugs in the NHS. We hope to find an approach that could improve clinical and patient outcomes and to then pilot this in Greater Manchester.

How can I get involved?

If you would like to be involved, please complete our short survey here. You will be asked for your thoughts about different aspects of your experience and the survey will take around 10-15 minutes to complete.  

Take the survey

Get in Touch

If you have questions about any of our opportunities, please get in touch with us by emailing us on

involvement@cancer.org.uk or call us on 0203 469 8777

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