EXPLORING PREFERENCES FOR ASSISTANCE WITH TOBACCO USE AND FOOD INSECURITY AMONG RACIAL AND ETHNIC MINORITY CANCER SURVIVORS

Brief description of study

This study is about tobacco use and food insecurity after a cancer diagnosis which can lead to poor health outcomes. The long-term goal of the proposed research is to improve health outcomes among racial and ethnic minority cancer survivors, using the information shared by participants in the study.

Participants in the study are asked to complete an interview where they answer questions about their personal experiences, and share ideas about how to best support cancer survivors who need food assistance and health services.


Clinical Study Identifier: s20-01199
Principal Investigator: Erin Rogers.


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