Research Study On How People Cope With Cancer

cancer coping study

Interested in helping researchers learn how people cope with cancer?  Researchers out of Adelphi University are interested in hearing the voices of cancer survivors, asking a series of questions regarding your coping strategies and psychological functioning after cancer diagnosis, for a study entitled, “Expectations for Fighting Spirit in Cancer Patients: Analysis of the Relationships between Interpersonal Congruency and Mental Health Functioning.”

More about the study:  You will qualify for the study if you are 18 years old or older and have been diagnosed with any type of cancer – excluding brain cancer – at least one month prior to participation in the study. The entire study will take about 20 minutes to complete. If you are uncomfortable at any time, you are welcome to stop answering the questions.

You can use the following link to access the study.

The research team would like to thank you for considering your participation and to let you know the study is confidential.  Please feel free to send this study to others who may qualify.