An Examination of Cancer Related Fertility Concerns
About our study
Researchers at Northwestern University are working on a study about cancer-related fertility issues and family building for gay or bisexual men who have had cancer. They are particularly interested in hearing about their experiences, and how they learn about and feel about fertility implications of cancer and cancer treatment.
Who can join the study?
Gay or bisexual male cancer survivors who are at least 18 are eligible. They would like to speak with adults of various ethnicities.
What happens if I choose to participate?
They will talk with each participant in a one-time, one-on-one phone interview. Interviews are expected to last about 45 minutes to an hour. Participants will receive a gift card as a small token of appreciation for their time and assistance.
How can I join?
If you are interested (or know people who might be) in potentially participating in this IRB-approved study, please contact Marla Clayman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312 503 3915. She can give you more information.
What are you going to do with the results?
Results will be shared with the healthcare community. Participant names and identifying details will never be used in presentations or publications. This study is approved by the Northwestern University Institutional Review Board.
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