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Move Together Boston Feasibility Pilot (Sit Less, Move More App for Black Breast Cancer Survivors & At-Risk Relatives)
The purpose of this study is to develop and test a mobile app for Black/African American breast cancer survivors and their relatives, called Move Together, that promotes sitting less and moving more for better health.Boston, MassachusettsStart: September 2021
Group Interventions for Breast Cancer Survivors
The purpose of this study is to compare two types of groups for breast cancer survivors: a Meaning-Centered Group and a Discussion Group. Many breast cancer survivors seek help to deal with the emotional burden of having gone through the cancer experience. Participation in groups offering support often helps cancer survivors cope with stressors of life after having had cancer by giving them a place to express their feelings. The "Meaning-Centered Group" is intended to teach breast cancer survivors how to maintain or even increase a sense of meaning and purpose in their lives after treatment for cancer. The "Discussion Group" is intended to help breast cancer survivors cope by giving them a place to get support from other breast cancer survivors. The goal of this study is to compare the benefits of these two types of group approaches for breast cancer survivors. The study is also testing the benefits and feasibility of conducting the groups virtually using a telephone and computer.Commack, New YorkStart: January 2013