Online Survey on Fear and Worry of Lung Cancer Patients and Caregivers

Dear Canadian Lung Cancer Patients,


 A group of lung cancer patients is conducting this survey with a common interest in research on lung cancer.


Anxiety, fear and worry are common concerns among lung cancer patients. While mental health has been studied amongst cancer patients in general, there is little information about lung cancer. We (the Breathe Hope Research Group) are doing a pilot survey to gather some basic information that might be used to generate more interest in studying this area as well as advocacy for more support and resources for the mental health of lung cancer patients.


The survey will ask some questions about your experience with lung cancer and its impact on your well-being. It will take about five minutes to complete and is anonymous. Information will only be presented in an aggregated fashion.


The survey will be open until February 6, 2023. Click the link below to complete the survey.

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Breathe Hope Research Group:

Patients: Christine Qiong Wu, Angus Pratt, Andrea Redway, MaryAnn Bradley, Heather Hogan, Tim Monds, Catherine Larose

Non-Patients: Christina Sit, Parisa Sepehri