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Emotional experience of having cervical cancer

The University of East London is conducting a research study to explore the emotional experience of having cervical cancer in order to review what, when and how psychological support is given to cervical cancer patients.

They are looking to interview ladies who have been diagnosed with cervical cancer in the last 5 years between stages 1b to stages 3, who are over the age of 30.

The interview may last between one and two hours and will be arranged to take place at a location convenient to you.

Any information provided will remain confidential and any identifying details will be anonymised.   You are free to withdraw at any time. Should you choose to withdraw from the study you may do so without disadvantage to yourself and without any obligation to give a reason.

If you are interested in taking part or would like more details please contact:

Christina Jassi - Counselling Psychologist in training

[email protected]  or call  0208 223 4174

Date last updated: 
07 Apr 2016

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