Does Sex/Gender Influence “Survivor” Identity For People Treated For Cancer? An Exploration With The Male Breast Cancer Community
This study is being undertaken to find out how males with breast cancer view their diagnosis, treatment history, and how that influences their overall health status.
We are looking to recruit 200 males world-wide that have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
You may be eligible to participate if you meet the following criteria:
You will be provided with a link to the survey. Participation involves answering questions about your age, living situation, relationship status, ethic/racial heritage, socioeconomic status, children, and academic/employment status. You will also be asked about your breast cancer diagnosis, treatment history, and how your diagnosis influences your self-identity. The survey will take less than 15 minutes. The information you provide is for research purposes only.
If you are interested in this study, or unsure of whether you are eligible, please contact Kathryn at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help you decide whether participation is right for you.
Dr. Sheila N. Garland, PhD
Department of Psychology, MUN Faculty Science Division of Oncology, MUN Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Richard Wassersug, PhD
Department of Cellular & Physiological Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Canada The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia
Kathryn Dalton, MSc
* Contact Person / Study Coordinator
Department of Psychology, MUN Faculty Science
Peggy S. Miller
Founder, The Male Breast Cancer Coalition
Brett Miller, BBA
Co-Founder, The Male Breast Cancer Coalition