Breast Cancer Clinical Trial
A Study Evaluating the Integrative Medicine at Home ([email protected]) Program in People With Cancer
The purpose of this study is to find out whether the Integrative Medicine at Home ([email protected]) program can help reduce patients' symptoms (such as tiredness, pain, or insomnia) and improve their satisfaction with treatment for their disease. The [email protected] program offers virtual (online rather than in-person) group classes focusing on mind-body practice. Mind-body practice is a health practice that combines mental focus, controlled breathing, and body movements to help relax the body and mind.
Age ≥ 18 years or older
Patients with a diagnosis of head and neck tumors, thoracic tumors, gynecological tumors, melanoma, or breast cancer
Actively receiving systemic oncological treatment or radiotherapy
Worst fatigue over the last 7 days rated 4 or greater on (0-10 scale)
Karnofsky score 60 or greater
Life expectancy greater than six months
Cognitive impairment that would preclude response to study assessments or require the use of Legally Authorized Representatives
Unwilling to accept random assignment
Concurrently enroll onto ongoing competing trials of integrative medicine interventions with symptom/toxicity as primary outcome. Note, however, patient will be allowed to enroll on other therapeutic protocols
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