Qualitative Research for Stage IV Stomach Cancer Patients and their Caregivers

No Stomach For Cancer would like to take a moment to share an opportunity that may be of interest to some of the members of the NSFC community. We were recently contacted by Find A Cure Panel, an organization that works with a variety of clients to find out about patients who are dealing with various health problems.

They gather information from anonymous participants and report the information to the researchers, pharmaceutical and biotech companies who hire them to do so. Ultimately, the information is used to develop products, materials, etc. that will improve the future treatment of, in this case, stomach cancer. If this is of interest to you, read on…

Find A Cure Panel (FACP) is looking for people with Stage IV stomach cancer or the caregivers of people with Stage IV stomach cancer (including those who have lost loved ones in the past six months) to participate in qualitative research that will take an estimated 60 minutes of your time. Note that Stage IV is also known as “advance disease” or metastatic stomach cancer.

This is not a clinical trial. This is a qualitative research opportunity, generating opinion and experiential-based anonymous research results.

It is an opportunity for you to share your opinions and experiences as to your condition and treatment or the condition and treatment of your loved one with researchers focused on stomach cancer, to improve future treatment for stomach cancer.

Your participation will not only advance the understanding of those living with Stage IV stomach cancer, but it will result in a donation to No Stomach For Cancer, helping us fulfill our commitment of “Supporting Research. Empowering Families.”

If you choose to participate, FACP will donate $100 to No Stomach for Cancer.

If you are interested in participating, or to learn more about this opportunity, please email FACP at info@findacurepanel.com

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