The past decade has shown tremendous advances in the care of patients with lung cancer. With improved survival comes the opportunity for patients to become survivors who advocate for research by attending conferences, forming relationships with physicians and care providers, and lending their voices through committee involvement and speaking opportunities. The IASLC offers several opportunities to help transform patients into patient research advocates.
Share Your Experience | Share Your Story!
GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, through its Lung Cancer Registry, has a new survey that focuses on the experiences and mental health of caregivers.
We need to hear from you! Help researchers gain better understanding of co-survivorship experiences. Join the Lung Cancer Registry today and tell us about your experience. The survey is composed of approximately 20 questions and is available in English, Spanish, German, French, and simplified Chinese. It is quick and easy to sign-up. Learn more here.
The information collected will directly guide caregiver support programs and resource development. The more you share, the more we can provide support and gain an understanding of the caregiver experience.