PinkDrive has been contacted by Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville, USA to assist them with a survey. The Reproductive Health After Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment (REACT) Study, which is an IRB/ethically-approved anonymous, online 30-minute survey for anyone diagnosed with cancer between ages 18 and 49. The purpose of REACT is to better understand the specific reproductive health care needs of patients with cancer at reproductive age in order to help us improve concordant care for this population and drive next steps to make a significant clinical impact for our patients related to reproductive health care.

If you were diagnosed with cancer between ages 18 and 49, please share your experiences in a confidential, 30-minute online survey to help us learn more about how cancer and its treatments may impact reproductive health, here: www.thereactstudy.org.  

With the Reproductive Health After Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment (REACT) Study, we hope to gather valuable information from individuals like you that will help us to better understand the highest needs and concerns are related to reproductive health—specifically for individuals diagnosed with a cancer before age 50.

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