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21:21 EST 12th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Hospital Based Group Intervention for Breast Cancer Patients.

INCAM-study is a multicenter, prospective, randomized controlled trial. The aim of the study is to test the effectiveness of psycho educative intervention when offered in hospital setting as a component of routine breast cancer care. The hypotheses are; - that breast cancer patients participating in psycho educative interventions focusing on coping will experience better health-related quality of life than those who participate in the hospital standardised psycho educative int...


Telehealth System to Improve Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors

Background: Cancer is increasingly viewed as a chronic disease and therefore there is a growing need for long-term treatments. Breast cancer survivors suffer physical impairment after oncology treatment. This impairment reduces quality of life (QoL) and increases the prevalence of conditions associated to unhealthy life-style. Objective: The overall objective of e-Cuidate telerehabilitation will be to evaluate short and long-term effects telehealth program. Methods: Sev...

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Fatigue Intervention Trial for Breast Cancer Survivors

Thirty to forty percent of breast cancer survivors suffer from persistent fatigue lingering months to years after adjuvant therapy is completed. Although researchers have developed some effective interventions (exercise or group-based holistic program) to treat fatigue, none have addressed the role of the family in the patient's long-term recovery. We hypothesize that a family-focused intervention in combination with a mind-body group intervention will be more effective in r...


Evaluating an Internet-based Intervention for Insomnia in Breast Cancer Survivors

This study examines the efficacy of an Internet-delivered intervention to reduce symptoms of insomnia in breast cancer survivors. Breast cancer patients with insomnia (N=30) will be assigned to either gain access to the 6-week treatment program immediately (experimental group) or following study participation (control group).

Initial Assessment of an Internet-based Symptom Management Intervention in Early Stage Breast Cancer

In order to determine the acceptability of a breast cancer-specific cognitive behavioral therapy intervention, as well as to obtain preliminary data to assess efficacy in managing symptoms, the investigators will ask 45 breast cancer survivors with moderate insomnia, fatigue, and/or pain to use the investigators' internet-based intervention for 8 weeks and to complete patient-reported outcomes assessments before and after the 8 week intervention.

The Effectiveness of Mindfulness on Chronic Pain in Breast Cancer Survivors

A recent epidemiologic survey has indicated that approx. 42% of Danish women treated for breast cancer experience negative sequelae in the form of pain following treatment. Chronic pain is known to be associated with impaired social and emotional functioning, and thus presents a particular concern. Mindfulness-based intervention is among the complementary, psychological treatments, which cancer patients commonly seek out in relation to the course of their illness. Despite the ...

Diet and Breast Cancer Prevention Trial

This randomized controlled trial tests the hypothesis that a reduction in intake of dietary fat will reduce the incidence of breast cancer. Women with more than 50% of the breast occupied by dense tissue on a mammogram have been recruited and allocated by a random (ie chance) process, to an intervention or control group. The intervention group has been taught how to reduce their fat intake to a target of 15% of total calories, while the control group continued their usual consu...

Evaluating a Novel Web-based Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors

The trial aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a novel web-based intervention (Optimune), which was designed to introduce relevant cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to women with breast cancer who are past the active eradication phase. The present study will test the hypothesis that Optimune has an impact on lifestyle parameters and psychometric outcomes. Therefore, 360 woman with breast cancer will be recruited and randomized to two groups: (1) a control group, in...

Evaluation of Group CBT Programme With Breast Cancer Patients

The purpose of this study is to examine whether a group CBT intervention is effective in reducing psychological distress in women with primary breast cancer.

Pink Warrior—Support Group Toolkit for Breast Cancer Survivors

Breast cancer survivors, from diagnosis until the end of life, go through many transitions. One major transition is the significant decrease of physical activity immediately after diagnosis. Despite the known benefits of physical activity—speeding recovery time and reduced cancer recurrence risk—only 1 in 3 survivors met physical activity recommendations of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity per week. Physical activity interventions have shown effectiveness in helpi...

Evaluating a Novel Web-based Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors

The trial aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a novel web-based intervention (Optimune), which was designed to introduce relevant cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to women with breast cancer who are past the active eradication phase and free from disease recurrence. The present study will test the hypothesis that Optimune has an impact on immune status, markers of inflammation and psychometric outcomes. Therefore, 150 woman with breast cancer will be recruited an...

Feasibility and Impact of Group Interventions on Breast Cancer Patients Well-being

This is a clinical non-randomized prospective study. This study had two objectives. The fist one was to determine the interest of breast cancer patients in participating in one of three group interventions (CBT, yoga or self-hypnosis) by assessing the participation rate, the reasons for choosing a particular group or decline the offer. The second objective was to evaluate and compare the benefits of these three interventions on emotional distress, QoL, sleep quality and mental ...

KİNECT® - Video Games Based Physiotherapy Programme in Patients With Breast Cancer Surgery

The main objective of the study is to investigate the effects of Kinect® video based technology on pain, functionality, muscle strength, fatigue and quality of life in patients with breast cancer surgery and axillary node dissection.

Stress and Immunity Breast Cancer Project

An investigative study of the effectiveness of the BioBehavioral Intervention on Stage II/III breast cancer patients. A total of 231 patients were split between an assessment-only control group and an experimental group receiving the Intervention and assessment. The goal of the Intervention is to use psychological, behavioral, and biologic methods with the primary goal of reducing cancer recurrence.

Analysis of Initial Adherence and Its Impact on Long-term Adherence to Hormonal Therapy for Breast Cancer

A trial will be conducted on 200 breast cancer patients with adjuvant hormonal therapy. The study included 6 months baseline measurement, and 12 months intervention. Patients will be assigned to high adherence or low adherence group. Then, through randomization, low adherence patients will be assigned to the intervention or control group. Study Coordinator delivers the intervention using the WALKON mobile application. Control participants receive usual care with continuous moni...

Physical Activity and First Degree Female Relatives of Breast Cancer Patients

The purpose of this study is to learn more about encouraging physical activity among first degree female relatives of women with breast cancer. Physical activity can decrease a woman's risk of developing breast cancer, on average, by 20%; however, physical activity interventions have not been developed specifically for first degree female relatives of cancer patients, so currently, it is unknown whether standard physical activity interventions are sufficient for these women or ...

ENGAGED 2 Study: Experiences With Mammography Screening and Breast Density 2

This trial will test a decision support web based intervention for women at increased risk for breast cancer due to breast density and other risk factors (age, race/ethnicity, family history of breast cancer, history of prior breast biopsies), and to consider MRI and/or chemoprevention to manage their breast cancer risk.

Increasing Access of Latinas Into Breast Cancer Clinical Trials

"Increasing Access of Latinas into Breast Cancer Clinical Trials" aims to develop and pilot test a multi-communications approach - using a culturally relevant computer video, a tailored booklet and a patient navigator (PN) - to empower Latinas to make informed decisions about breast cancer clinical trials (BCCTs). This two-year study features a cohort design with random assignment of Latina breast cancer patients from the CTRC to an intervention or usual care control group (56 ...

A Whole-food, Plant-Based Nutrition Intervention in Women With Metastatic Breast Cancer

This research will examine the feasibility of conducting a strict whole-food, plant-based dietary intervention with intensive group education in women with stable metastatic breast cancer currently undergoing conventional treatments. In addition, this research will provide preliminary data on dietary intakes and the effect of plant-based nutrition on numerous outcomes reflecting cancer prognosis and overall health using advanced imaging, various blood biomarkers linked to cance...

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.

Facilitating Physical Activity Behavior and Health Outcomes in Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy

Breast cancer and its treatments can take a toll on the physical and psychosocial well-being of cancer survivors. Few interventions can help breast cancer patients improve their physical strength, stamina, and overall well-being. Developing ways to facilitate PA behavior during chemotherapy for breast cancer are necessary. This trial explores ways that breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy can learn about and engage in PA during chemotherapy. This trial will also give S...

High Physical Activity During a Weight Loss Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors and High Risk Women

The purpose of this second pilot study is to extend the feasibility demonstrated in NCT02963740 that the intervention achieves high levels of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVI PA) and modulates risk biomarkers for breast cancer and cardiovascular disease in older, obese sedentary breast cancer survivors who are undergoing moderate calorie restriction.

Exercise in Older Women With Breast Cancer During Systemic Therapy

BREACE is a prospective randomized controlled trial. The aim is to investigate the effect of an exercise-based intervention among older participants with breast cancer treated with adjuvant or first-line systemic therapy. The hypotheses: That the intervention will maintain or increase physical function levels, reduce symptoms and side effects, improve quality of life and psychological wellbeing, and prevent weight loss and muscle wasting

Couples-Based Mindfulness for Young Breast Cancer Survivors

This study aims to improve relationship, psychological, and physical adjustment among young breast cancer survivors (YBCS; diagnosed at age 45 or younger) and their committed/life partners. A mindfulness-based stress reduction(MBSR) intervention has been designed to meet the specific needs for young breast cancer survivors and their partners. The intervention will be administered via a mobile/computer application (i.e., "app"), using a Android tablet supplied by the study. Befo...

Fatigue in Breast Cancer: A Behavioral Sleep Intervention

1. This randomized clinical trial compares a four component behavioral sleep intervention group to an attention control healthy eating group 2. The behavioral sleep intervention is designed to reduce fatigue in women with stages I-IIIA breast cancer receiving anthracycline-based chemotherapy 3. The intervention uses an Individual Sleep Promotion Plan to promote daytime activity and nighttime sleep,and to decrease physchological and symptom distress ...


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