We know and value that people impacted by cancer have a unique story to tell whether as a patient, a family member, or a caregiver.
The Cancer Experience Registry™ is an opportunity to share about your quality of life, your access to care, the impact of cancer on work, treatment decision making, and more, to improve the quality of cancer care on a local and national level.
Locally, this data informs Gilda’s Club about critical needs in Middle Tennessee, enabling us to provide programs that are helpful to the people who live here. Additionally, the Registry supports us by providing data for grants that provide financial support to our free cancer support Program.
Nationally, Cancer Support Community’s Cancer Policy Institute (CPI) offers data to policy makers to ensure they are helping patients. The CPI also advances knowledge through presentations and publication in leading medical journals. This is the “evidence” of our evidence-based approach.
We are proud to be part of the Cancer Support Community which offers this unique and important research about your experiences. Please consider participating.
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The CER uncovers the emotional, physical, practical, and financial impact of cancer to help patients and caregivers get the support they need. Through the CER survey, we reach those impacted by cancer so their voices can be part of this important research and so that together, we can:
Join the Cancer Experience Registry today and share your experience.
In just 60 minutes, you have the potential to change the future of cancer care for this generation, and the next. This research survey is open to anyone diagnosed with cancer as well as any relatives or friends who act/acted as caregivers.