Melanoma Clinical Trial
Quality of Life (QoL) Assessment in Cancer Patients and Survivors With Dermatologic Conditions Using Dermatologic QoL Instruments
The purpose of this study is to see how skin conditions that are related to different kinds of cancer or cancer treatments affect a patient's overall well-being. Skin conditions are common in cancer patients and survivors. Sometimes, the skin condition is directly related to the cancer. Other times, these conditions are a side effect of cancer treatment. Patients in the study will be asked to fill out at least one questionnaire about how they feel about their skin condition. If the patient needs to be treated for their skin condition, they will be asked to complete the same questionnaire when they return for a follow-up visit. The investigators hope the study will improve our understanding of how cancer patients feel about their skin conditions. They also hope this study helps them learn how to improve the way we treat skin conditions in cancer patients.
Cancer patients and survivors with a pre-existing dermatologic condition related to their underlying disease or completed/ongoing therapy for cancer, who present for assessment/management of their skin condition.
Male or female patients at least 3 years and older
NOTE: Informed Consent guidelines will be followed for minors
First grade adult family members, spouses, and caregivers of patients with a Grade 2 or 3 or higher dermatologic condition related to their primary cancer or cancer treatment able to provide written informed consent
Cognitive or psychiatric deficit resulting in an inability to provide written informed consent
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There are 3 Locations for this study
Basking Ridge New Jersey, , United States More Info
Harrison New York, 10604, United States More Info
Hauppauge New York, 11788, United States More Info
New York New York, 10021, United States More Info
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