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Study at Guys

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ann-m
Community Champion

Re: Study at Guys

Anyway, I've emailed the researcher & have been sent the forms, so am happy to proceed if needed.

ann x

Optimissy64
Member

Re: Study at Guys

AH HA - now realised why my confusion re hospital - not the Anastozole after all!

Bonita's post said it was Kings, but the email I've had from the person co-ordinating it gives her address as Guys. So that's much easier to get to. Sorted!

Optimissy64
Member

Re: Study at Guys

Many thanks. I'll check it out with them.

PeggyCat
Community Champion

Re: Study at Guys

I'd say Guy's is far easier as in central London/on the tube (London Bridge). Kings/The Institute of Psychiatry is in Camberwell in South East London. You can get an overground train to Denmark Hill but I'd still suggest Guy's if you can arrange an appointment there. You can always pop into Borough Market afterwards as a treat.

 

Both wonderful hopsitals and I appreciate I'm lucky to live in travelling distance of them both. 

 

xx

 

 

Optimissy64
Member

Re: Study at Guys

That's interesting to know! The "Guys" was just a slip of the brain. Which is easier to get to from Paddington?

 

I think this will be a very valuable piece of work. Thanks.

PeggyCat
Community Champion

Re: Study at Guys

Hi everyone. This can be done at Guy's as well if more convenient location wise. A very interesting study that I've taken part in.

 

 

 

ann-m
Community Champion

Re: Study at Guys

Thanks, Optimissy, I also expressed interest.
ann x
Optimissy64
Member

Re: Study at KINGS

OOOPS - sorry - not Guys, but Kings! Blame the Anastrozole. x

Optimissy64
Member

Study at Guys

Just pushing this up - Bonita's heads-up about a study being done at Guy's on how people who have had breast cancer deal with the diagnosis and treatment and what factors help to foster and build resiience.The results will help inform professionals as to how best to support people who have had breast cancer. I've signed up to the study so as to do my little bit in helping to support people in the future. You have to have had diagnosis and active treatment within last 12 months.

 

I found it hard to find the thread again - it's 3rd March, under Living with breast cancer, -  but this link may help.

 

 

https://forum.breastcancercare.org.uk/t5/Living-with-breast-cancer/Want-to-take-part-in-a-research-s...

 

They need 70 people, and I'm sure nationwide they won't have too much trouble finding them. xx