Your experience can help others
By opting in and participating in a study, sharing information such as symptoms experienced during treatment and quality of life experienced after treatment, you’ll be able to improve the future for others affected by cancer.
Help researchers innovate
Healthcare, Academia and the Life Science sector — all working together to improve the lives of anyone affected by cancer — are in need of invaluable insights into what life is like during and after cancer treatment. Information they are currently not receiving. By actively participating in health studies, you’ll help researchers improve the future of cancer healthcare.
Today I feel an important sense of making my own experiences useful for others.”
Breast Cancer, Sweden
It’s up to you to decide how and if you want to engage in health studies – your participation is always consensual and you can withdraw at any time.
You're in control
When you get invited to a health study, you will be informed about its purpose, what the responses will be used for and who the researcher is.
You are in control of when you participate, if you want to participate and if you want to withdraw your participation.
It's compliant and safe
Your security is our biggest priority.
Managing Director Janssen Europe, Nordics Baltics, Middle East & Africa
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