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Stage 3C and 4 paid patient interviews

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    dian in spokane
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      Hey there,

      A while back I did an interview with a market research company about living with metastatic melanoma for pay. It was 45 minutes and I'm to be paid 250 dollars for it. I just got an email from those folks and they are interested in speaking now to stage 3C or stage 4 patients who have undergone chemotherapy in the last year. They are willing to pay up to 500 dollars for the interview.

      Hey there,

      A while back I did an interview with a market research company about living with metastatic melanoma for pay. It was 45 minutes and I'm to be paid 250 dollars for it. I just got an email from those folks and they are interested in speaking now to stage 3C or stage 4 patients who have undergone chemotherapy in the last year. They are willing to pay up to 500 dollars for the interview.

      I found the interview interesting, it really had mostly to do with how patients cope, and what changes they'd like to see in pharm and health care, how melanoma has affected their lives.

      If you are over 18 and have had chemo in the last year and are interested in this project at all, drop me an email at [email protected]

      dian

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