Living With Cervical Cancer: Assessing Utilities Associated With Common Treatment Complications
- A subject has to have been diagnosed with early cervical cancer (Stage I or II)
within the last 3 years and/or take care of patients with cervical cancer and
identify her or himself as one of the following: gynecologic oncologist, radiation
oncologist, physician's assistant or nurse.
- Subjects must be ≥18 and <61 years old.
- Subjects who are unable to read and speak English proficiently will be excluded.
Proficiency will be assessed by the investigator enrolling patients.
- Subjects who do not have capacity to consent will not be included in this study.
- Subjects may not be investigators on this study.
Type of Study:
Time Perspective: Cross-Sectional
Utilities of complications associated with cervical cancer treatment.
Outcome Time Frame:
At time of interview
Ellen M Hartenbach, MD
University of Wisconsin, Madison
United States: Institutional Review Board
- Cervical Cancer
- Uterine Cervical Neoplasms
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