Breast Cancer Clinical Trial
Discerning the Impact of ctDNA Detection on Patient Decision Making in Early Stage Breast Cancer: a Conjoint Analysis
This study will examine how ctDNA and additional prognostic genomic information in patients with early stage breast cancer might influences patient decision- making regarding systemic therapy options.
This study is an electronically delivered, one time cross sectional survey study. The investigators want to understand how patients with triple negative breast cancer at high risk for disease recurrence will prioritize additional benefit over toxicity when considering treatment options, and if their knowledge of ctDNA positivity versus negativity will further shift this balance toward benefit.
Self- reported history of non-metastatic breast cancer
Self- reported history of receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer
Self- reported history of chemotherapy completed at least 6 months ago but no more than 10 years ago
Able to complete an online survey
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There is 1 Location for this study
Indianapolis Indiana, 46202, United States
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