Study on Physical Activity’s Relationship with Cancer and Cognition (SPARCC)
Recruiting | Phase: Not Applicable
Study on Physical Activity’s Relationship with Cancer and Cognition (SPARCC): A Pilot Randomized Trial.
To evaluate a physical activity program designed to develop additional programs aimed at improving quality of life in women with breast cancer. The study is trying to determine the effect of an aerobic exercise walking program on cognition in breast cancer survivors.
- Exercise Intervention Group: During a 3 month period, 36 exercise sessions with a group of 4-6 women and an exercise specialist.
- Usual Care Group: A 3-month membership to a fitness center in Omaha after completion of study.
Key Participation Requirements:
Postmenopausal woman and completed treatment for breast cancer.
Post-menopausal at time of breast cancer diagnosis
First, primary diagnosis of Stage I-IIIa breast cancer
Completed primary treatment 3-12 months prior to start of study
Self-report an average of less than 60 min of moderate to vigorous physical activity
Patients must sign an approved informed consent and authorization permitting release of personal health information.
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