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Take Part in Cancer-related Research
Eligible members of the public are invited to participate in cancer-related research studies. Click on a study below if you are interested in learning more about the study.
Research Study – Emotional Support by Healthcare Providers – Experiences of Brain Cancer Survivors and Loved Ones
The purpose of this Master’s research study through the University of South Africa (UNISA) is to investigate the personal engagement between brain cancer Survivors, their families and their healthcare team in order to determine whether their psychological relationship has an impact on the patient’s and family’s quality of life.
Posted on 9 Jul 2020
Wits Clinical Research (WCR) offers patients an opportunity to participate in clinical trials, providing them with quality care, free treatment, and disease management costs, as these are covered by their trials. They focus on conducting quality research in various fields.
Posted on 3 Jun 2020
Rhodes University invites eligible breast cancer patients to participate in this research study. The findings will be accessible to the wider community, highlighting how physical activity can be a lifestyle change reducing the risk of breast cancer, and playing a positive role in treatment and recovery for breast cancer survivors.
Posted on 27 Feb 2020
Stellenbosch University invites eligible cancer survivors to participate in this study. The study aims to explore the subjective experience of cancer survivors on their personal experience of fertility preservation.
Posted on 26 Feb 2020
Novartis invites eligible lung cancer patients to participate in this research study. The aim of the study would be to see if the study medication can be of benefit to patients in reducing the risk of cancer reappearance after their lung cancer has been surgically removed and adjuvant chemotherapy had been completed (if applicable). The closing date for recruitment is 16 December 2021.
Posted on 24 Feb 2020