Help us find the top 10 priority topics for research into breast cancer

In one form or another, all of us innately prioritise work based on available resources (e.g. time, finances). This year, Cochrane’s Breast Cancer Review Group is developing a set of clear priorities for research into breast cancer to inform the production of high quality systematic reviews in the Cochrane Library (cochranelibrary.com).

You can contribute to this priority setting process by completing our online survey (using the link here). You will be prompted to rank your top 10 topics from the list provided. The findings from this survey will help us decide priorities and future topics in the field of breast cancer research not yet addressed in the Cochrane Library.

Please forward the survey link to people within your breast cancer network. We look forward to receiving your input. Thank you. If you have any queries about our survey and next steps, please contact us at cochrane@ctc.usyd.edu.au

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