We've recently launched a survey looking to understand women's experiences of cervical cancer treatment and its potential long term effects and we would like to hear from you. We hope this will be the largest survey of its kind and 325 women have already completed a paper version of this survey.
We're particularly interested in 'late effects'. These are side effects that begin during or shortly after treatment and don't go away within six months (sometimes called long-term effects).
We would be really grateful if you could take this survey and tell us about your experiences, it should only take 20 minutes to complete. By taking part in the survey we can gain insight into real life experiences of life after cervical cancer treatment, which will help us to further improve our services and continue to strive for excellent, and appropriate care for cervical cancer patients within the NHS. Whether you are still undergoing treatment or are 2, 5, 10, 15 years post treatment or beyond, we want to hear from you - your feedback is invaluable.
Click here to take the survey
Any questions please don't hesitate to contact me