Behavioral: Cognitive-Behavioral Stress Management and Health Education for Cancer
This trial aims to use a web platform to help young cancer survivors cope with their journey. #CancerSurvivors
2 Primary · 12 Secondary · Reporting Duration: Baseline and immediately after the intervention
1 Treatment Group
Behavioral: Cognitive-Behavioral Stress Management and Health Education
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7 Total Participants · 1 Treatment Group
Primary Treatment: Behavioral: Cognitive-Behavioral Stress Management and Health Education · No Placebo Group · N/A
Who is running the clinical trial?
Age 18 - 39 · All Participants · 7 Total Inclusion CriteriaMark “Yes” if the following statements are true for you:
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any available slots remaining for potential participants in this research project?
"According to the clinicaltrials.gov registry, this trial is no longer recruiting patients; initial posting of the study was on March 1st 2023 and it has not been updated since November 28th 2022. However, there are currently 486 other trials actively searching for candidates." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Are there any specific qualifications to participate in this research?
"For admittance into the study, participants must have a diagnosed malignancy and be within 18-39 years old age range. Altogether, 10 people are anticipated to join this clinical trial." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Does this experiment allow for geriatric participants?
"This clinical trial calls for test subjects to be between 18 and 39 years old. Those younger than 18 can join one of 62 alternative trials, while those over 65 may participate in up to 432 variant studies." - Anonymous Online Contributor
What ultimate goal is this research striving to accomplish?
"This 10-week clinical trial seeks to measure the efficacy of an eHealth intervention through improvements in patient satisfaction. Secondary objectives include assessing changes in perceived cognitive function, pain intensity and interference as measured by PROMIS scales with higher scores indicating better results." - Anonymous Online Contributor