Ethical issues in colorectal cancer, Science

The hospital Human Research Ethics Committee granted approval for the study protocol. Participants provided written informed consent. All participants were all over the age of 18 and had a proficient command of English to meet the requirements of an informed consent and interview without an interpreter. The use of interpreters was seen as problematic, due to the need for phenomenological interpretation and accurate semantic understanding. Participants are referred to by pseudonym.

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