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Survey: How Willing are You to Participate in Different Types of Clinical Trials for the Prevention of Breast Cancer?

Survey: How Willing are You to Participate in Different Types of Clinical Trials for the Prevention of Breast Cancer?

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Study Contact Information:

Cecilia Mastrogiacomo: cecilia.mastrogiacomo@stonybrookmedicine.edu


Survey: How Willing are You to Participate in Different Types of Clinical Trials for the Prevention of Breast Cancer?

About the Study

This study looks at why women at an increased risk of developing breast cancer are interested or uninterested in participating in breast cancer prevention clinical trials. The study consists of a 10-15 minute (max) anonymous questionnaire that asks hypothetical questions about participating in clinical trials with various study designs. This study’s findings may be used to better inform how to best design clinical trials aimed at the prevention of a breast cancer in the future. 

What the Study Involves

This study entails taking an anonymous, online questionnaire. The questionnaire should take an absolute maximum of 15 minutes. There are no other requirements for the study. Visit this link to take the survey. 

https://tinyurl.com/5a5dm53t

Lead Researcher 

Dr. Alison Stopeck; Stony Brook University Hospital

This Study is Open To:

You are eligible if you identify as being at an increased risk of developing breast cancer. Criteria for being at increased risk include:

  • You have dense breasts
  • You have breasts, both ovaries, and are over the age of 65
  • You’ve previously had a breast biopsy
  • You’ve had Atypical Hyperplasia, Lobular Carcinoma in Situ (), or Ductal Carcinoma in Situ ()
  • You have a known genetic predisposition (ex: , , etc.)
  • You have a family member with Ovarian Cancer
  • You have a family member with Breast Cancer at ≤50 years of age
  • You have a family member who has had 2 or more Breast Cancer diagnoses

You have 2 or more family members on the same side of the family with Breast Cancer

This Study is Not Open To:

There is no exclusion criteria. All you need to do is meet the eligibility criteria.