Important research study to understand Black African, Caribbean, Black British and Mixed-Black women's views and experiences of womb cancer

This study will explore the views and experiences of Black African, Caribbean, Mixed Black and Black British women regarding womb cancer (also known as endometrial or uterine cancer). Findings from this study will provide insight into what is known about womb cancer and how information could be shared in a helpful way.

How do young women of colour experience hair loss as a result of chemotherapy for breast cancer?

The purpose of this study is to understand what it is like for younger women of colour to experience hair loss (that they deemed significant) due to chemotherapy and how this affects their self-perception and how they believe others view them.

Information on Clinical Research

Bep is an independent consultant, a fellow Cancer patient who has been asked to investigate how many people from Ethnic minorities have been asked to be involved in clinical trials.