Breast cancer patients who must be aged 18+ and have access to a mobile phone or device for one hour. We especially welcome participants of backgrounds currently under-represented in academic research as a result of barriers arising from social, gender, financial, ethnic, cultural, geographic or educational disadvantage or disability.
The University of Cambridge and NHS are developing a communication tool which tells doctors and patients about risks and side effects related to breast cancer treatment. We want to get feedback from people who have experienced breast cancer, so that we can make sure the tool is useful for them
£10 (coverts to roughly $13.71) Amazon or M&S (Marks and Spencer e-gift cards) voucher for one hour of time on a virtual interview.
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