Researchers at George Mason University (GMU) — in Fairfax, Virginia, USA — are conducting a study to learn more about how information and resources available on the Internet affect men’s experiences of living with prostate cancer. This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of GMU. Your responses may help others understand how Internet sites related to prostate cancer can be improved.

This study is open exclusively to male prostate cancer patients.
The study involves completing an online survey, which should take you about 10 minutes or less.

The survey will be accessible through Thursday, April 25, 2013. You can access the survey if you click here. Your answers will be confidential. Your participation is completely voluntary and the survey may be stopped at any time without any penalty to you.

Note: For any question within the survey that does not offer/allow you to select a satisfactory answer or answers, please feel free to type your answer(s) in the box labeled “Other.”

If you have additional questions of any type, please feel able to contact the study coordinator by e-mail.