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The last couple of survey's I've completed (including this one) are difficult for me to understand/relate the questions I'm answering to the stated/implied objective(s)of the survey.
Some of the questions have direct answers (like your age), the other questions are asking for my opinion, and my answer depends on my understanding of not only the question, but what do I think about all of cancer information on the web. As Terry has pointed out many times, the presented information can be true or not true, or perhaps somewhere in between. I am reminded of a friend who, (must add that I have experienced this also), says I have a pain & the doc says "where", & we can't tell the doc just where/what this pain is. All we can say is that it hurts! Sometimes we think we do know where & what, but the doc thinks it is something else.