Breast Cancer Clinical Trial
Culturally Tailored Nurse Coaching Study for Cancer Symptom Management
The purpose of the study is to see whether or not a telephone/ text message intervention, delivered by a registered nurse, is helpful in managing symptoms and can also prevent dehydration caused by chemotherapy treatment when given together for patients with metastatic breast, colon, lung or prostate cancer.
Eligible for Chemotherapy for the first time (Previous & Ongoing hormonal only treatment allowed OR Neoadjuvant & Adjuvant chemotherapy regimens with 2+ drugs allowed)
> 18 years old
Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) performance status 0-2.
There are no life expectancy restrictions
Women of child-bearing potential are allowed in the study as long as they are eligible for the chemotherapy treatment.
Ability to understand and the willingness to sign a written informed consent document.
Patients on immunotherapy only will be excluded
Under 18 years old
Medically Diagnosed with a Cognitive Impairment. Rationale for excluding people with cognitive impairment is that they would not be able to fully participate in the self-management care aspects of the intervention via the telephone, nor provide informed consent.
No access to a telephone
Blind or Deaf; If subject is Hearing-impaired or illiterate, then the subject may have a family member participate as a telecommunication surrogate with them in the study
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