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Effects of Bariatric Surgery on Breast Density Improvement and Its Impact on Breast Cancer Risk in Morbidly Obese Patients

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the US, and obese women have a 20% to 40% increase in the risk of developing breast cancer compared with normal-weight women. Bariatric surgery is now considered the first line option for weight loss management in morbidly obese patients with failure of medical treatment. There is strong evidence that in early stages of cancer the breast undergoes inflammatory and subsequently density changes that are observable in mammograph...


Effect of Weight Loss on Breast Tissue and Blood Biomarkers in Women at Increased Risk for Breast Cancer

This proposal is investigating the effect of dramatic weight loss secondary to bariatric surgery on biomarkers of breast cancer in tissue and blood as well as on imaging in women at elevated risk for breast cancer. Eligible women at elevated risk will be consented to undergo imaging (MRI and mammogram) prior to bariatric surgery and approximately 1 year after surgery as well as a fasting blood draw and a breast tissue biopsy prior to bariatric surgery, approximately 2 weeks aft...

Weight Wise Women's Program-Weight Loss to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk Factors

This study is investigating the changes in specific hormone levels in women age 30-45 after a 12 week weight loss intervention.


BAriaTric Surgery After Breast Cancer Treatment (BATS)

This is a feasibility study to gain an understanding of the willingness of women with a history of early stage breast cancer and current obesity to enroll in a weight-loss study, accept an assigned intervention (bariatric surgery with lifestyle intervention or lifestyle intervention alone), and comply with the study plan for 1 year. If there is successful enrollment in this study, the plan is to use what is learned in this study to design a larger, longer-term clinical trial to...

Peer Counseling for Weight Loss

The efficacy of peer counseling for weight loss maintenance is being tested in obese and overweight African American breast cancer survivors.

Virtual Weight Loss Program in Maintaining Weight in African American Breast Cancer Survivors

This randomized pilot clinical trial studies how well a virtual weight loss program (SparkPeople) works in helping female African American breast cancer survivors maintain a healthy weight. Many patients with breast cancer are overweight or gain weight after diagnosis. SparkPeople is a free web-based weight loss program that features educational and motivational articles and videos, self-monitoring tools, incentives, social support communities (including discussion forums, team...

Weight Loss Prior Mamma Reduction - A Pilot Study

Due to a higher risk of complications, obese and overweight patients with macromastia are in Denmark prohibited mammoplasty , as BMI must be within normal range, i.e. BMI < 25 kg/m2. The study is a pilot study with a diet intervention group and no control group. The intervention is a 12 week low energy diet pre-operative weight loss program investigating if this will result in weight loss making the overweight and obese patients eligible for breast reduction surgery i.e. BMI

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Moving Forward: A Weight Loss Intervention for African-American Breast Cancer Survivors

This is a randomized intervention study to examine the effects of the Moving Forward Guided Weigh Loss Intervention compared to a self-guided weight loss program on BMI and behavioral, biological, and psychosocial outcomes in overweight and obese African American women diagnosed with Stage I, II, or III breast cancer.

Cancer, Obesity/Overweight and Insomnia Study

This is a randomized pilot study to better understand the relationships among insomnia, weight loss, and breast cancer. This study will assess the effectiveness of a sleep intervention prior to a web- and phone-based weight loss program.

Project Take Charge

The goal of this research study is to learn the effects of a 16 week weight loss program with or without blood sugar monitoring on weight loss and cancer risk in women with a high risk of developing breast cancer. This is an investigational study. Up to 50 participants will be enrolled in the study. All will take part at MD Anderson.

Promoting Weight Loss Through Diet and Exercise in Overweight Women With Breast Cancer

The investigators aim to evaluate the effect of a 6-month intervention (counseling) focused on weight loss in a group of overweight or obese women previously treated for early breast cancer. Intervention is designed to improve adherence to a healthy diet or/and to increase physical activity and decrease sedentary time, taking advantage of a pedometer-like device.

Weight Loss Interventions in Obese Patients With Stages 3-4 Chronic Kidney Disease: a Randomised Controlled Trial

Weight loss surgery is the most effective weight loss treatment available, but the direct effect on chronic kidney disease is less widely understood. Early research shows some improvement in kidney function may occur and candidacy for kidney transplantation can be improved with weight loss following surgery. To date, no randomised controlled trial has been performed to examine the effect of weight loss surgery on the progression of chronic kidney disease. This randomis...

BestFIT: a Personalized Weight Loss Program

The purpose of this study is to learn how to personalize weight loss programs. In this research we will study: 1. Whether a weight loss counselor should decide if the traditional weight loss therapy is working either after 3 or 7 weekly sessions of therapy and 2. For those who haven't lost the expected amount of weight, whether it is more effective to add packaged meals to the traditional weight loss therapy or to change to an enhanced version of beha...

The Role of the Omentum in the Treatment of Morbid Obesity

The purpose of this research is to determine some of the reasons that blood sugar and insulin levels improve after bariatric surgery but before weight loss begins, as well as why people respond differently to weight loss surgery. It will also examine whether removing the fat around the stomach and large intestine (the omentum) will improve weight loss. Finally, it will see why there are differences between Whites and African Americans who have weight loss surgery.

Sleep During Weight Loss and Weight Loss Maintenance

The purpose of the study is to examine the changes of sleep during weight loss and weight loss management. The research staff will also obtain data on sleep disturbances, insomnia symptoms, risk of sleep apnea, circadian preferences, weight loss self-efficacy, emotional eating, executive functioning, loneliness and social isolation, and patients' beliefs about how sleep might impact their weight control or vice versa.

A Trial of the Ideal Protein System Versus Low Fat Diet for Weight Loss

This study will examine whether, compared to a standard, low-fat, calorie-restricted diet intervention, the clinic-supported Ideal Protein weight loss method will result in greater weight loss and improvement in cardiometabolic risk factors over 3 months among obese adults. We expect to learn more about the impact of different food and nutrient combinations on the body and weight loss.

A Virtual Support Pilot Program for Weight Loss Surgery Patients

Obesity affects over one-third of the US population, and is associated with serious medical problems like diabetes and heart disease. Weight loss surgery is the most effective treatment for obesity, but some weight loss surgery patients lose less weight than others, and some patients regain the weight they lost. Researchers have found that support groups help post-surgical patients lose more weight, but long-term support programs often aren't available or are difficult for pati...

Lifestyle Intervention for the Reduction of Breast Cancer Risk in Normal Weight Women

This trial studies how well a lifestyle intervention works in reducing breast cancer risk through changing body composition and decreasing inflammation in normal weight women. This trial may help researchers learn more about diet and exercise programs designed to decrease body fat in postmenopausal women who are of normal weight but have an elevated risk of breast cancer because of excess body fat.

Effects of Medium Chain Triglyceride Oil, Versus Olive Oil, for Weight Loss

The primary aim of this research project is to determine whether the incorporation of food products containing medium chain triglyceride (MCT) oil in a weight-loss program results in a different degree of weight-loss and total and regional fat mass loss than the incorporation of extra light olive oil. The secondary goals are to test whether there are differences in in metabolic risk profile changes between the 2 diets. We hypothesize that men and women who consumed MCT oil as...

Reducing Breast Cancer Recurrence With Weight Loss

The purpose of the ENERGY trial is to explore whether two different programs that are focused on weight management, through increased exercise and a healthy diet, are feasible, and have an impact on body weight, quality of life and fatigue. Since obesity among breast cancer survivors is associated with recurrence and other co-morbidities, those will be assessed and their impact calculated. Blood samples will be collected to enable analysis of potential mechanisms and differenti...

Effects of Weight Loss Surgery on Bone Health in Adolescents

The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of weight-loss surgery (Roux-en-Y gastric bypass or Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy) on bone outcomes in girls and boys ages 14-21. This study will also examine a group of overweight boys and girls who are not scheduled or planned for surgery for comparison of these outcomes. Obese adults who undergo weight-loss surgery are at risk for bone loss and decreased bone strength. The investigators do not know the effects of such surgery...

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.

Effect of Weight Loss Surgery on Stem Cells.

Obesity and diabetes are linked to increased risk for health problems such as heart attack, stroke, and death. At the cellular level, obesity and diabetes increase levels of harmful inflammatory cells (M1 macrophages) and decreases levels of protective stem cells (circulating progenitor cells) in the blood. Bariatric (weight loss) surgery is an effective treatment that leads to significant weight loss and improved health in patients with obesity. However, it is unknown if weig...

Weight Control Programs in Women Who Have Undergone Surgery for Early Stage Breast Cancer

RATIONALE: Measuring changes in body weight and body composition in women with early-stage breast cancer may help doctors plan the best weight control program and improve patients' quality of life. It is not yet known which program is most effective in women with breast cancer. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is comparing three weight control programs to see how well they work in women who have undergone surgery for early stage breast cancer.

Partial Breast Versus no Irradiation for Women With Early Breast Cancer

All early breast cancer patients are offered adjuvant breast radiation therapy (RT) after breast conserving surgery for an early breast cancer. Breast cancer is heterogeneous, and selected patients have a very low gain from RT, whilst they still have risk of acute and late side effects from RT. This trial will try identify selection criteria for low risk breast cancer patients who can safely omit adjuvant RT without unacceptable high risk of local failure.


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