The ECANA Project Lead, Dr. Kemi Doll, is conducting research interviews with Black / African American people who have been directly affected by endometrial cancer. The study is aiming to better understand the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of Black women with endometrial cancer regarding symptom onset, symptom report, and the care pathways that led to diagnosis and treatment. Overall, the research team aims to improve diagnosis speed, care, and outcomes for Black women diagnosed with endometrial cancer.
Participation involves an approximately 1-hour interview that will be recorded. Interviews can take place in a setting comfortable for participants, and can take place over the phone or in-person in Seattle, WA. Research study participants will be compensated.
To learn more and talk with our Project Coordinator, Julianna Alson to see if you are eligible, click here.