Help the lives of patients. Be a part of a study to improve bone health education in cancer patients.

Help the lives of patients. Be a part of a study to improve bone health education in cancer patients.

Help the lives of patients. Be a part of a study to improve bone health education in cancer patients.

Help the lives of patients. Be a part of a study to improve bone health education in cancer patients.

GRYT Health and Amgen, a leader in drug research and development, are collaborating to learn about the types of information and education that individuals living with cancer currently receive around the importance of protecting the health of their bones during and after diagnosis with cancer. We hope to identify how bone health education can be improved for people living with cancer.

Participants will be asked to complete one online questionnaire. This research is observational. You can participate from the comfort of your own home.

Participants will be compensated for their time with a $50 Amazon gift card.

You may be eligible if you:

  • Are at least 18 years of age
  • Reside in the United States
  • Have had a cancer diagnosis within the past 3 years
  • Fit one of the following categories:
    • Breast cancer that has spread to the bone and have not had a skeletal-related event
    • Breast cancer that has spread to the bone and have had a skeletal-related event
    • Lung cancer that has spread to the bone and have not had a skeletal-related event
    • Lung cancer that has spread to the bone and have had a skeletal-related event
    • Prostate cancer that has spread to the bone and have not had a skeletal-related event
    • Prostate cancer that has spread to the bone and have had a skeletal-related event
    • Multiple myeloma and have not had a skeletal-related event
    • Multiple myeloma and have had a skeletal-related event

What is a skeletal-related event?

A skeletal-related event is defined as one of the following:
      • Broken bone (i.e. fracture)
      • Radiation to the bone
      • Spinal cord compression (i.e. pressure on the spinal cord)
      • Surgery to the bone

The GRYT Health team is made up of cancer survivors and caregivers. When we say we've been in your shoes, we have.

We're here to help you feel a sense of control in your diagnosis, available to help with resources and to answer questions you may have.

We help support cancer patients and caregivers by providing free online programs (AppChats) via our smartphone app.

We have given over $8,500 in compensation to study participants because we value their unique insights and perspective.

Want more information?

Interested and fit the criteria?

Have questions or need more information? Contact us at projects@grythealth.com.

Don't qualify for this study? Head over to our GRYT Project page to be a part of the collective patient voice for future studies.