PCF, and other organizations we work with, would like to hear from you in order to improve our communications to men and their families. We have two survey requests:
SURVEY NOW CLOSED: Pop or soda? Pants or trousers? “Genetic testing”…or…? You tell us!
Prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment comes with a lot of new medical jargon that can be confusing to patients and caregivers. Sometimes it may feel as though there are different words for the same thing. You may have already encountered genetic testing (used to look for gene changes linked to hereditary cancer), which can seem especially complicated. PCF is collaborating with patient advocacy groups to find common language to describe this type of testing. We are requesting your input via a brief survey to help us understand which terms you may be familiar with and prefer to use.
SURVEY NOW CLOSED: 2020 PCF Audience Survey
In honor of the start of a new decade (but really, in honor of you) we want to know what you think.
At PCF, we always try to publish the most current prostate cancer patient information as well as funding the most cutting-edge, promising prostate cancer research. How are we doing? We want to know what we can do to better serve men and their families who have been affected by prostate cancer.
Please take our 2020 PCF Audience Survey and provide your email at the end to be entered for a chance to win a $250 Amazon gift card. (Note: it should take about 10 minutes.)