Take the 2012 LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivor Survey

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Too often, cancer survivors learn to live with the pain and pitfalls of this disease simply because they can?t find the right resources. That?s why the LIVESTRONG Foundation launched our 2012 Cancer Survivor Survey. The more people who take the survey, the better we can build and refine programs offering tangible support to address the needs of survivors every single day.

You may have taken part in the survey back in 2010. The information we learned from this survey helped us shape our navigation services, choose our community program grantees and direct our policies the last two years. This year’s survey is slightly different as we are asking only those that have been directly diagnosed with cancer to take part. If you took the survey in 2010 and are a cancer survivor, we invite you to take this year’s survey too as the questions are different and your experience may have changed in the past two years. The survey will last approximately 20 minutes, but the information you provide will help us close the gaps and improve our cancer support programs and services. Thank you for taking this important action and volunteering your time for LIVESTRONG!

2 Comments

  1. Anatoly Novikov says:

    “Too often, cancer survivors learn to live with the pain and pitfalls of this disease simply because they can?t find the right resources.” That? true. Same with other “mysterious” diseases like mine, multiple sclerosis. Could you please give me an idea where to look for the informations how to survive? Thank you.

    1. The Lance Armstrong Foundation (LIVESTRONG) is a cancer organization. We do not have info on MS, but here info on National MS Society: http://www.nationalmssociety.org. It appears they have an online support community. Might want to check it out.

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