For Those Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer (by Judy)
Researchers are surveying people living with metastatic breast cancer about how they make treatment decisions. If this applies to you, please consider taking the survey. Their deadline for the survey is November 11. Thanks so much.
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Thanks for posting the opportunity, Judy! I just took the survey and it took less than 10 minutes – not hard at all, and only slightly difficult emotionally. I hope they learn what they are looking for. I learned a lot about myself in answering the questions – when presented with two different treatment options, I always, always chose the one with higher likelihood of benefit, regardless of potential side effect or method of administration. Maybe it’s because we’re looking for a new chemotherapy right now?
Did you all feel the same or differently?
I answered the same way, Susan. I wonder if it makes a difference if someone is older and doesn’t have a young child (children).
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