We are inviting Canadian adults (18+) who have been diagnosed with colorectal cancer (CRC) within the last 10 years to participate in our Colorectal Cancer Patient Experiences with Family Practitioners in Canada Survey. The purpose of this study is to explore the primary experiences of CRC patients with their family practitioners during their pre-diagnosis, eventual diagnosis, and post diagnosis.
The purpose of this study, which is sponsored by Colorectal Cancer Canada and led by Dr. Deborah Marshall from the University of Calgary, is to measure how patients and caregivers value the risks and benefits of colorectal cancer treatment. Help us make a difference!
Our second national survey to explore perceptions of early age onset colorectal cancer patients fifty (50) years of age and younger as well as their caregivers regarding their experiences and needs related to a cancer diagnosis.