OSU seeks young cancer survivors and their partners for new study

Oregon State University College of Public Health and Human Sciences is recruiting participants for a new study to evaluate a coping and communication intervention for young cancer survivors and their partners.

The “Opening the Conversation” project recently received funding from the American Cancer Society and is open to reproductive-aged (18-36) survivors of gynecological or breast cancer and their partners. The program will teach couples to cope and communicate with each other about their sexual and reproductive health concerns.

More details about the study, eligibility and compensation are available online.