Research on Prostate Cancer that can save lives

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Lack of timely symptom reporting, in patients who suffer from prostate cancer results in a delayed detection and treatment of the disease progress. Therefore, we devised this questionnaire to understand the reasons why these symptoms don’t get reported even though patients might observe them. This questionnaire intends to uncover reasons behind this lack of symptom reporting. In the end, the answers will help to devise a solution to track symptoms, and to shape the solution in a way that it overcomes all the problems due to which symptoms don’t get reported timely. Kindly help us out by filling this survey if you believe in out cause:

We are researchers from CDTM, a joint institute of TUM and LMU for Digital Technology Management. Currently we are working on a project related to prostate cancer treatment in cooperation with the Oxford Academic Health Science Network. This network consisting of the NHS, as well as universities and companies based around Oxford, is looking for a way to get patients into frequently communicating their symptoms to their doctors. This could ultimately increase survival rates of individuals affected by prostate cancer.

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