Hello community. I'm reaching out to lung cancer patients and their caregivers for participation in a cancer research study. Your experiences can provide valuable insight and if you are willing to share them via a webcam interview, you will also be paid a generous honorarium. The interview is related to the treatment and management of cancer. There will be no sales efforts or clinical trials involved. Participants will be helping the company sponsoring this research understand how best to serve their future patients. To find out more, please email me your phone number and best time to reach you. Thank you for helping us with this important study. firstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
So sorry to hear of your having these experiences. I work for a research company that is currently studying lung cancer and wonder if you might wish to participate? You would be sharing your views and insights on the disease and treatment. If interested in knowing more, please contact me at email@example.com and provide a phone number and best time to reach you. Wish you and your families all the best.View Thread
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