Breast Cancer Clinical Trial
An Online Research Study: BrainHealth in Breast Cancer Survivors
This study is being done to evaluate the impact of online cognitive interventions on improving brain health and performance in breast cancer survivors (ages 28-80) who report changes in thinking since treatment.
Participants will be randomized into one of two groups - (1) active and (2) delayed active. Both groups will complete the online assessments and questionnaires (appx 100 minutes) at baseline, 3 months, and 9 months. After baseline assessment, active group will complete online trainings and education (15 min/week) in their dashboard and 45-minute group coaching calls (1/month). The delayed-active group will access the same content after their 3 month (Time 2) assessment. So each group will have the opportunity to complete the training and experience at least 5 group coaching sessions.
Diagnosed Stages l to lll
If underwent chemotherapy, it was within past 6 months-5 years
Internet and device with audio/video capability
Individuals who may have an uncorrected hearing or vision issue that would hinder their ability to read and/or listen to training material
Individuals that have one any of the following at onset of study, as determined by a self- report screening form:
Diagnosed neurodegenerative disease
History of stroke, concussion, or brain injury that currently hinders you from functioning at your prior level
Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and not functioning independently
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