Pacific Aging and Cancer Study

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The Pacific Aging and Cancer Study (PACS) is a set of projects designed to better understand how technology could improve care and outcomes for older people with cancer and their care partners.

One of these projects is an anonymous survey that aims to better understand how older survivors and their partners use technology and how they feel about technology in their health care. The PACS technology survey is currently recruiting:

  • Cancer survivors who are 65 years of age or older, and 
  • People who have lived with and cared for a cancer survivor over 65 years old.

If this applies to you or someone you know, contact our team:

Interested in participating?

Complete the form below and we will contact you.

Take the technology survey

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This one-time, anonymous survey will ask you about your thoughts and feelings on the use of technology in healthcare.