Doctors at the University of Michigan want to learn from you!
About what parents and caregivers tell their children with cancer about their illness, and why. The doctors hope what they learn will help other people in the future.
How can you help?
You can take a 25- to 30-minute research survey. Your answers will be completely anonymous and cannot be linked to you or your child.
Who can take part?
You can if ....
* you are the person who provides the most of child's medical and daily care.
* you are at least 18 years old, and can read and understand English.
* your child is over 3 and under 18 years old.
* your child is either in active treatment (chemotherapy, radiation therapy, biologic response modifiers), or completed treatment less than 365 days ago.
How can you learn more about the study?
Click the link below (or copy and paste into any web browser) to read more, and then to take the survey if you wish to.
Click here for Survey!
Who are the researchers?
Greg Yanik, M.D. (Primary Investigator), Rajen Mody, M.D., Kris Kullgren, Ph.D., Flora Hoodin, Ph.D., Michelle Byrd, Ph.D., Rachel Kentor, M.S., Lauren Ostarello, M.S.,
Casiana Warfield, B.S.
University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital