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Topic: PAID Interview for people with HER2-positive MBC or a caregiver

Forum: Caring for Someone with Breast cancer —

A place to share your struggles and concerns about supporting and caring for a person you love diagnosed with breast cancer with others who understand.

Posted on: Feb 24, 2021 02:15PM

Moderators wrote:

Hello Everyone,

We are looking for individuals and caregivers of individuals with HER2- positive metastatic breast cancer (MBC) who are on or have received two different lines of treatment in the MBC setting to participate in a 90-minute phone interview. Eligible caregivers and participants will be compensated $135 for their participation in the one-time phone interview. The goal of the research interview is to learn about the burden and treatment experiences of patients with HER2-positive MBC as well as caregivers' perspectives and experiences.

To be eligible, you will need to meet the following criteria:

1. Have HER-2 positive metastatic breast cancer OR be the caregiver of someone with HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer.

2. Have received two different lines of treatment in the MBC setting, or currently be receiving a second line of treatment.

3. NOT have received TUKYSA® (chemical name: tucatinib) as a treatment.

4. Live in the US and be over 18 years.

If you fit the above-mentioned eligibility criteria, and would be interested in participating, please email research@endpointoutcomes.com (with MBC in subject line), call Endpoint Outcomes at (617) 607-3312, or send the Moderators a private message with your name and email address, and we'll pass it along.

Thanks, and let us know if you have any questions.

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Apr 5, 2021 07:20AM Moderators wrote:

Bumping!

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