Cancer is hard. COVID-19 made it even harder. The pandemic forced many changes in healthcare that affected cancer care – some changes were for the better, others weren’t.
Cancer Council Victoria, in partnership with The Daffodil Centre, is undertaking research to understand the impact of COVID-19 on people affected by cancer. This includes the emotional impact, treatment changes, the cost of cancer and hospital visitor restrictions.
If you were diagnosed with cancer, or cared for someone with cancer, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to hear from you.
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Who can complete the survey?
- People aged 18+, who have been diagnosed with cancer, received treatment, or follow up care for cancer in a Victorian health service during the COVID-19 pandemic and/or,
- People who cared for someone with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic
How long does the survey take?
The survey will take about 25 minutes to complete.
How long is the survey open?
This survey will be open for people to complete until June 9, 2022.
This research is funded by Cancer Council Victoria and being conducted with the assistance of The Daffodil Centre.