MyLifeLine Launches Caregiver Research Study

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MyLifeLine.org is proud to launch a cancer caregiver survey as part of a research study to understand the unmet needs of caregivers and how we can better serve them. This study is being done in partnership with researchers at the University of Colorado Denver.

Why is this study being done?

We know that cancer caregivers face unique needs and challenges while caring for their loved ones. This study plans to learn more about more about the support needs of caregivers of cancer patients, so that we can better understand how to support this caregiver population.

Caregivers of cancer patients are more likely to experience poor psychological and physical health, and this study may provide important information regarding the current gaps in support and opportunities for additional support in this area. The survey will help us understand online support needs as well as practical needs and potential tools for the caregiver population.

About this study

Your participation in this study is voluntary.  You have the right to choose not to take part in this study.  If you choose to take part, you have the right to stop at any time.  If you refuse or decide to withdraw later, you will not lose any benefits or rights to which you are entitled.

The survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and is open to all cancer caregivers who have actively cared for a cancer patient in the past 5 years.

Take the survey and share your experience.


We’re proud to partner with Celgene and Amgen to bring you this research initiative.