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Sur­vey: Can­cer dia­gno­sis – how much do you real­ly want to know?

As part of a psy­cho­lo­gi­cal master’s the­sis at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Vien­na, Ms. Cleo­phée Woll­mann is inves­ti­ga­ting how much infor­ma­ti­on gyneco­lo­gi­cal can­cer pati­ents want on therapy. 

If you had to expe­ri­ence the situa­ti­on of a gyneco­lo­gi­cal can­cer dia­gno­sis and sub­se­quent radio­the­ra­py, we ask for your par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on. Descri­be to Ms. Woll­mann your coun­seling situa­ti­on regar­ding the late and long-term effects of radia­ti­on, how you felt about it, how you dealt with it, what you would have changed.

The stu­dy as part of the master’s the­sis “Infor­ma­ti­on pre­fe­ren­ces of gyneco­lo­gi­cal can­cer pati­ents regar­ding late effects and long-term effects of radio­the­ra­py” can only be com­ple­ted on a tablet or PC, not on a mobi­le phone.

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