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Living with a Brain Tumor: Related Distress : braincancer

Online RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED – Virginia Commonwealth University

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Living with a Brain Tumor: Related Distress

The purpose of this research study is to explore adult brain tumor patient’s (and their loved ones) distress. This study will help us understand the frequency of distress, type of distress, and/or the areas needing support. We will also look at these variables in association with tumor or patient characteristics so that interventions may be created / implemented to decrease distress and improve quality of life.

If you are an adult (18+ years old) living with a brain tumor diagnosis – we would be happy to have your input. Following your input, we will ask for a caregiver’s input (if they are willing and available). This can be a partner, loved one, adult child, or close friend who helps care for your needs.
The study will take approximately 20-30 minutes of your…

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