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Calling All Stage IV Survivors & Caregivers!

Posted on August 27, 2014

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One of our partners is conducting a research project about metastatic colon cancer survivor and caregiver experiences. They are looking to interview stage IV survivors and caregivers (via video/phone and in person) to learn about your clinical experience and how the disease has impacted your life. Compensation is up to $150 for your time.  

Remote Video Interviews

We’re looking for 8 patients and 1 caregiver total for video/phone interviews. These can be from any area in the U.S. Compensation for remote interviews is $125.

In-Person Interviews

For in-person interviews in NYC, New Jersey, Chicago and LA, we’re looking for 3 patients and 1 caregiver per city. Compensation for in-person interviews in NYC, NJ and Chicago is $150. Compensation in Los Angeles is $150/patient, $125/caregiver.

If you are interested in helping, please contact Nancy Butterfield, nbutterfield@ccalliance.org or 202-628-0123 x 112.

9 Responses to “Calling All Stage IV Survivors & Caregivers!”

  1. Mary Martin says:

    It’s been exactly one year since the diagnosis of stage IV colon cancer. Would be interested in the interview.
    Thank you for your consideration.
    Mary Martin

  2. Kathy Carrow says:

    9002 Herts Rd.

  3. Saw this posted in the Colon Cancer Alliance Facebook group. I have been Stage 4 mets since recurrence on Feb 2013. Still currently treating. I’m interested in more info about this project.

  4. Kathy Carrow says:

    I am willing to participate. 7+ year, stage 4 survivor. I live in Houston,Tx
    713 723 5432.

  5. Kate Presta-Bowerman says:

    Caregiver of my Dad, Julius Presta (1942-2001). Dx stage 4, liver and lung mets.

  6. Deborah Huggins says:

    508 South College St. First i was caregiver to my husband with stage 4 lung cancer. He fought for 3 years before he died. Now i am caregiver for my daughter with colon ca. She has been fighting for 3 years to date and so far is surviving. I am a retired critical care nurse and have had a lot of experience with cancer patients.

  7. Chris Karas says:

    Stage 4 cancer originally diagnosed with two years to live and it will be three years at the end of sept. Thank you.

  8. Vanessa Ferrotta says:

    I am interested in the study. I had colon cancer 4 years ago

  9. Theresa L Mayhew says:

    I am replying in reference to the recent facebook post about doing phone and video interviews for stage IV colon cancer survivors and caregivers. I am the mother of twin boys who are now 21. One of my twins was diagnosed at the age of 20 with Colon Cancer that went to his liver.

    Theresa Mayhew
    Tyellow81@aol.com

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