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Colorectal Cancer Survivors' Needs and Preferences for Survivorship Information

We are doing this study to learn more about colon and rectal cancer survivors. We want to know if survivors want more information about life after cancer. Do cancer survivors want to know more about their own cancer? Do cancer survivors want to know about their treatment? Do cancer survivors want to know what health care they should get in the future? We want to know what information to give to cancer survivors when they finish treatment.


Exercise in Improving Health and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors

This randomized pilot trial studies how well exercise works in improving health and quality of life in breast cancer survivors. Participating in an exercise program to maintain physical activity may help to improve health and quality of life in breast cancer survivors.

A Web-Based Physical Activity Intervention in Adolescent Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Five year survival following a diagnosis of childhood cancer has reached 83%, making long term health outcomes among survivors an important concern. The growing population of survivors is at an increased risk of physical inactivity and associated adverse health outcomes. Regular physical activity is associated with better cardiovascular and musculoskeletal health. Despite the known benefits of physical activity, nearly half of all childhood cancer survivors do not meet recomme...

Improving Health-Promoting Behaviors in Adolescent Cancer Survivors Using AWAKE: A Feasibility Trial

A behavioral intervention called Achieving Wellness After Kancer in Early Life (AWAKE) focused on increasing hope in order to improve quality of life and health-promoting behaviors in survivors of young adult cancer. The goals of this project are to adapt the AWAKE platform into an intervention acceptable for use in adolescent cancer survivors and their guardians in order to improve survivors' hope, quality of life, and health-promoting behaviors, and to generate the preliminar...

Lifestyle Intervention for High Risk Cancer Survivors

The goal of this behavioral research study is to find out more about the health behaviors of cancer survivors. Researchers want to understand the cultural, social, and environmental factors related to physical activity and personal diet. Researchers also want to learn if cancer survivors who take part in lifestyle interventions have better overall health and quality of life than those who do not take part in these interventions.

True NTH Sexual Recovery Intervention for Prostate Cancer Survivors and Their Partners

There is increasing evidence that sexual activity is associated with greater resilience and higher well-being in older adults. Even at a time of stress, and even during a late stage of illness, men and their partners turn to sexual intimacy to increase a sense of connection, comfort and support. The Sexual Recovery intervention seeks to address an unmet need of prostate cancer survivors and their partners who are at risk for poor mental health and decreased quality of life as a...

Swiss Childhood Cancer Survivor Study

The SCCSS is designed to investigate which long-term effects childhood cancer and its treatment have on survivors, and includes those who were under 21 when they were diagnosed. The SCCSS explores childhood cancer survivors' quality of life, the health care received by childhood cancer survivors during follow-up care, the effects of medication, somatic and psychosocial health issues, how childhood cancer survivors take care of their own health, and also collects demographic det...

Peer Mentoring in Promoting Follow-up Care Self-Management in Younger Childhood Cancer Survivors

This partially randomized pilot trial studies peer mentoring to see how well it works in promoting follow-up care self-management in younger childhood cancer survivors. Childhood cancer survivors require lifelong follow-up care to identify, monitor, and treat medical and psychosocial late effects stemming from their cancer, its treatment, and lifestyle factors. A peer mentoring program may improve disease knowledge, health motivation, problem-solving skills, stress management, ...

Feasibility of an 8-week Tai Chi Chuan Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors

Purpose:To gather preliminary data and to determine the feasibility and acceptability of an 8-week Tai Chi intervention for adults cancer survivors (survivors) who report experiencing cognitive impairment, and to perform exploratory analyses to assess improvements in cognitive performance, health-related quality of life, brain activity, and blood-based biomarkers. Participants: Adult survivors (> 18 years old) who report experiencing cognitive impairment and are within 6...

Exercising Together: An Intervention for Prostate Cancer Survivors and Spouses

The purpose of this study is to explore the benefits of "Exercising Together"-a partnered strength training program for married couples coping with prostate cancer- on the physical and emotional health of prostate cancer survivors and their spouse and on marital quality.

Adolescent Survivors of Cancer or Similar Illnesses

The purpose of this study is to examine the health behaviors of young adults who have been treated for cancer, leukemia, or similar illnesses. We will also ask you some questions about your family members' and friends' health behaviors. We plan to use the findings from this study to design new programs to help teenage cancer survivors resist doing things that might harm their health.

Mobile Health Fitness Program for Adolescent and Young Adult Childhood Cancer Survivors

This clinical trial studies a mobile health fitness program for adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors. Adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors are at risk to have negative late effects from treatment and to develop chronic health conditions. A sedentary lifestyle may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and early mortality. Physical activity reduces the risk for cardiovascular disease and early mortality, improves cardiorespir...

Harvest for Health in Older Cancer Survivors

Gardening interventions yield a multitude of measurable benefits that are evaluable within the context of a clinical trial. Harvest for Health forges new inroads in the delivery of holistic interventions to high risk populations, in this case, older cancer survivors. Since the intervention banks on an existing organization's infrastructure, it can easily be disseminated nationwide. The next step is to prove efficacy - an essential step in contributing to the science in this are...

Mindfulness Intervention to Improve Symptomology Among Cancer Survivors; Focus on Sleep and Stress Improvement

Mindfulness has been shown to help stress, fatigue, sleep complaints, and other symptoms but has not been extensively studied in cancer survivors. This study will enroll cancer survivors at the Greenville Health System Cancer Institute Center for Integrative Oncology and Survivorship to undergo the Mindfulness Based Cancer Survivorship (MBCS) four-week program, with assessments before, immediately after, and three months after the intervention. Results of the study will be used...

The SEAMLESS Study: Smartphone App-based Mindfulness for Cancer Survivors

Smartphone app-based health interventions are an innovative way to deliver psychosocial cancer-care. In the SEAMLESS study, the investigators aim to evaluate a 4 week smartphone app-based mind-body intervention (MBI) in cancer survivors post-treatment. This is a randomized controlled trial, with a waitlist control group. Participants will be assigned to either receive the intervention immediately after enrollment or will need to wait for 3 months to receive the intervention.

E-health Intervention for Cancer Survivors

This study will develop and examine the effectiveness of an intervention that utilizes multiple telecommunications technologies to improve cancer survivors' access to mental health care and increase their ability to manage the high risk transition time from active cancer treatment to survivorship. The intervention, referred to as Project Onward, uses an interactive website, e-mail, telephone, and an online social network. The purpose of this study is to pilot a novel interven...

Exercise Intervention After Cancer Treatment for Improving Health in Stage II-III Breast Cancer Survivors

This pilot trial studies how well exercise intervention after cancer treatment works in improving physical activity in stage II-III breast cancer survivors. An exercise intervention may promote regular physical activity.

A Lifestyle Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors

1. The purpose of the study is to test the effectiveness of a new mail-based intervention for breast cancer survivors compared with standard lifestyle management and no-treatment. 2. This intervention addresses both lifestyle factors such as dietary and physical activities and psychological issues specific to breast cancer survivors to improve healthy behaviors.

Health and Recovery Program in Increasing Physical Activity Level in Stage IA-IIIA Endometrial Cancer Survivors

This randomized phase II trial studies how well a health and recovery program works in increasing physical activity level in stage IA-IIIA endometrial cancer survivors. Health and recovery program which includes exercise counseling, Fitbit tracker, and phone or email/text communication may increase the level of physical activity in endometrial cancer survivors and promote and maintain behavior change at a lower cost.

Quality of Life in Lung Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this study is to find out about the quality of life of individuals who have been diagnosed and treated for lung cancer (lung cancer survivors). By quality of life, we mean how you are feeling about different aspects of your life, including your physical health, your emotional health, and your ability to carry out daily activities. We are interested in people's opinions about their quality of life, as well as the factors that affect their quality of life. Learning...

A Yoga and Wellness Program for Breast Cancer Survivors With Persistent Fatigue

This randomized controlled trial will compare the effectiveness of an Iyengar Yoga intervention to a Wellness Seminar health education lecture series, for improvements in energy, mood and biological functioning in breast cancer survivors with persistent, post-treatment fatigue. It is anticipated that the Iyengar Yoga intervention will be feasible and acceptable to breast cancer survivors with minimal side effects and that the Yoga intervention will be effective in improving fat...

Changes in Cancer-related Cytokines After Participation in a Physical Activity Behavior Change Intervention (CICK Study)

It is important to confirm health benefits experienced by breast cancer survivors after participation in a physical activity behavior change intervention. One such potential benefit is a reduction in harmful inflammation that might lead to increased symptoms or cancer risk. Because little is known about how physical activity behavior change interventions influence inflammation in breast cancer survivors, the investigators study will measure inflammation with blood markers known...

SURfit - A Physical Activity Intervention for Childhood Cancer Survivors

Exercise can play a major role to mitigate or even prevent late effects in cancer survivors, such as cardiovascular disease, obesity, osteoporosis, fatigue, depression, reduced quality of life, mental health and physical performance. The objective of this study is to assess the effect of an exercise program of 1 year on cardiovascular health, obesity and diabetes, osteoporosis, physical fitness, mental health and quality of life in childhood cancer survivors. The investigators...

A Home-Based Study to Enhance Activity in Breast Cancer Survivors

There is a well-documented association between physical activity & risk for breast cancer development and recurrence. It is known that exercise interventions have been effective at increasing physical activity levels in breast cancer survivors. Knowing that breast cancer survivors are less active than non-cancer patients, a less active lifestyle places them at risk of obesity and poor overall health, which in turn also increases risk of cancer and cancer recurrence. Not all the...

Nueva Vida Intervention for Latina Breast Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

Latina breast cancer survivors report lower quality of life (QOL) than non-Latina survivors. Lower QOL can lead to poorer functional and cancer-related survival outcomes. The friends and family of Latina cancer patients are also impacted by a loved one's diagnosis of breast cancer. Through strong community-academic partnerships, the investigators seek to improve the QOL of Latina survivors and their caregivers with a culturally-relevant intervention. In this project, the invest...

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