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Research Study Opportunity
Meaning, Spirituality, and Self Efficacy in Young Women Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer affects thousands of women (and men) each year and 30% will experience metastases over their lifetime. Yet, only 2% of the National Cancer Research Funds are allocated to metastatic cancer research and none are allocated to non-medical, supportive research.
This study hopes to provide much needed information about the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual needs of young women living with metastatic breast cancer in an effort to develop and provide better supportive services.
This study will examine the experiences of young women living with Metastatic Breast Cancer through written and oral stories. It involves a one hour interview with the researcher.
If you (or someone you know)are a woman between the ages 21-40 , have been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in the past five years, and are interested in telling your story you may qualify for this study. CALL/EMAIL
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This study has been approved by the Loyola University Maryland Institutional Review Board.