Attention Cushing's Patients - Paid Cushing's Study

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Opportunity to Participate in Important Study

Have you received a physician-confirmed diagnosis of Cushing’s syndrome?

If you are 18 years or older and answered YES to the above question, you may be eligible to participate in a study being conducted by Trinity Life Sciences, a healthcare research and consulting company.

The purpose of this market research is to help doctors, patients, caregivers, and researchers, among others, better understand the effects of Cushing’s syndrome on the lives of patients.

This study will give you the opportunity to describe, from your perspective, the burden related to Cushing’s syndrome on yourself (and those who help you manage your disease, if applicable). 
The study is being conducted with participants across the United States. Those who qualify to participate through the screening process will complete an online survey lasting approximately 30 minutes. All personally identifying information provided will be CONFIDENTIAL. Qualified individuals who participate in the study will have the option to receive a check or gift card for $75 as compensation for your time.

Our goal is to have as many participants as possible (50-60 participants) from across the United States. The more that researchers can learn from you and understand your experience, the better equipped they will be to help understand this rare disease. Please strongly consider participating in this effort to help understand Cushing’s syndrome. 

Your voice matters!

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS STUDY:

If you think you may be eligible for this research, please visit https://www.cushingsexperience.com for instructions on how to get started. Participation in this survey is voluntary, and you may choose to withdraw at any time. You will not incur any costs for participation and all your personal information will remain strictly confidential.  

If you have any questions about the study, please contact Shubham.kulshrestha@toluna.com. This study has undergone an ethical review to ensure it is compliant with ethical research standards for the protection of respondents.

 

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