The University Of Liverpool is seeking participants for research into how young women of color experience hair loss as a result of chemotherapy for breast cancer.
Are you a woman of color between the ages of 21 and 45 who experienced hair loss as a result of chemotherapy for breast cancer between the ages of 21 and 35 ? If you answered yes to those questions you might be interested in this research.
What is this research about:
This study aims to understand the experiences of younger women of color who have lost their hair as a result of chemotherapy for breast cancer. It aims to understand the psychological impact of hair loss and the specific support services and systems available throughout this journey for this group of women.
What will happen:
You will be invited to have an interview to talk about your experiences. The interview will las between 60and 90 minutes.
Who is it for:
You may take part if:
- You identify as a woman of colour/as coming from a minority ethnic background
- You had chemotherapy for breast cancer between the ages of 21 and 35
- You are currently between the ages of 21 and 45
- You have been diagnosed and treated within the last 10 years.
- You have experienced hair loss as a result of chemotherapy for breast cancer
- You do not have an active cancer diagnosis
- You are not in end of life care
If you would like to take part or want more information please contact
Eloise Wynter (Trainee Clinical Psychologist)