Throat Cancer Foundation appeals to Patients and Patient Groups affected by HPV related throat cancer to help with survey for new version of HPV and Throat Cancer guides

The Throat Cancer Foundation would be very grateful for your help.

We are updating a guide which, since it was first published in 2018, has proved very helpful to people affected by throat cancer caused by HPV.

You can see the guide here: HPV and Throat Cancer: Information for patients, their families and loved ones. It has been distributed through head and neck cancer clinics and been well-received and widely used.

The Throat Cancer Foundation is consulting a wide range of patients and ex-patients, as well as clinicians and other health professionals, to make sure that the next edition of the guide is as good as it can be.

It would be very helpful indeed if you could ask people in your network whose throat cancer was caused by HPV if they would be willing to take a look at the current version of the guide (which can be viewed here) and, using our online survey, let us know what they think of it and about any changes they would like to see.

This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and all the data collected will be treated in the strictest confidence. The closing date for responses is 31 July 2021.

If you or any members of your network would like to contact the guide’s editor directly, please email Peter Baker at peter.baker@pbmenshealth.co.uk.

Many thanks for your help.

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