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Engagement Survey for High Risk Men

This study is open to:

Men and transgender women (assigned male at birth), who meet any one of the following criteria:  

  • personal history of prostate, pancreatic, male breast cancer, or melanoma
  • a mutation in BRCA1, BRCA2, PALB2, CHEK2, ATM, TP53, and/or other gene associated with increased cancer risk
  • a blood relative with a mutation in BRCA1, BRCA2, PALB2, CHEK2, ATM, TP53, and/or other gene associated with increased cancer risk
  • relatives with breast, ovarian, pancreatic, prostate cancer or melanoma
This study is not open to:
Engagement Survey for High Risk Men

Engagement Survey for High Risk Men

Surveys, Registries, Interviews

Study Contact Information

Contact the study team by phone at 1-866-632-2873 or by email

About the Survey

FORCE and our ABOUT Patient Powered Research Network are conducting this survey to understand how men with a personal or family history of cancer, or a cancer-causing gene mutation make health care decisions.

To take the survey, visit this link

What the Study Entails

Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary and anonymous. You may exit this survey at any time if you decide not to complete it.The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete. 

Background Information

This survey is a tool of the ABOUT Network led by FORCE. The goals of the ABOUT Network are to collect and measure real-life experiences, questions, decisions, and health outcomes of people like you who are concerned about or living with a cancer-causing mutation or hereditary cancer risk. We will share the results with you, our community and health care agencies to address gaps in care for patients.

The ABOUT Network is a research registry created by and for people affected by hereditary melanoma, prostate, pancreatic, breast, ovarian, and related cancers and is open to both men and women. To learn more about joining the registry, visit our enrollment portal.

 

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