Can consumer research panels form an effective part of the cancer research community?

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Collins, K.; Stevens, T.; Ahmedzai, S. H.;

The North Trent Cancer Research Network’s Consumer Research Panel (NTCRN CRP) was established in December 2001 by the Academic Unit of Supportive Care at the University of Sheffield. In three years, the CRP has succeeded in nurturing a climate of sustainable consumer in... View more
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