Learning About Clinical Studies

A clinical study involves research using human volunteers (also called participants) that is intended to add to help new treatments receive approval and become more widely available. There are two main types of clinical studies: clinical trials (also called interventional studies) and observational studies. Breastcancer.org would like to learn more from you on if and how you receive information on clinical studies. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete, and it’s totally anonymous.
Thank you on behalf of Breastcancer.org

* 1. Are you interested in learning about clinical studies?

* 2. How do you or would you like to receive information about clinical studies? (Choose all that apply.)

* 3. What do you consider reliable sources for clinical studies information? (Choose all that apply.)

* 4. Have you participated in or are you now part of a clinical study?

* 5. How do you view pharmaceutical companies as providers of information about clinical trials?

* 6. What kind of information would you want about clinical studies?

* 7. Would you value a pharmaceutical company providing information about clinical trials, or would you prefer to rely on a doctor or advocacy resource?

* 8. Thank you for your time and efforts! If you have any additional comments, please share them here.