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Understanding how much cancer patients know about thrombosis: patient survey

People with cancer have a higher than normal risk of developing thrombosis (a blood clot). This condition is known as cancer-associated thrombosis (CAT). Yet it remains under-reported, seldom discussed and often misdiagnosed. This survey is about trying to understand how much cancer patients know about thrombosis, and when and where they find this information.

The European Cancer Patient Coalition are looking for your views to help improve cancer care for other patients and their families. It should take no longer than 15 minutes. The deadline for completing this survey is the beginning of August.

Read more about the survey and take part here.