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  • Cancer Type: Breast
  • Study Type: Prevention
  • NCT#:
  • Phase: N/A
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  • Overview

    Study Title:

    Breast Cancer Survivors RESET (Reducing Weight and Elevated Stress Levels using Educational and Behavioral Tools): A pilot, feasibility study


    The purpose of the study is to assess the feasibility of a culturally-relevant, stress-management enhanced behavioral weight loss intervention for Black breast cancer survivors with obesity and elevated stress.


    The overall object of this project is to adapt and test the feasibility and acceptability of a stress management enhanced behavioral weight loss intervention for Black breast cancer survivors with obesity and elevated stress. We will also conduct pre- and post-intervention assessments of weight, allostatic load, and patient reported outcomes among study participants

  • Inclusion Criteria

      > Inclusion Criteria:
    • Participant self-identifies as non-Hispanic Black
    • Participant self-identifies as cisgendered female
    • Age 18 or older
    • Participant must have a history of Stage 0-3 Breast Cancer Diagnosis treated for curative intent
    • Participant must have completed all adjuvant or neoadjuvant chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery at least 21 days prior to study registration but may continue on hormonal therapy and Abemaciclib therapy
    • Participant must have a measured Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 kg/m2 or greater
    • Participant must be willing to participate for the entire 4-month duration.
    • Other criteria may apply
  • Exclusion Criteria

      > Exclusion Criteria:
    • Participants will be ineligible if they: (a) are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant during the study period, (b) have a known major medical or psychological condition known to influence weight loss such as medicated or poorly controlled diabetes (HbA1c > 8%), uncontrolled hypertension (BP>160 mm Hg systolic or BP>100 mm Hg diastolic), cardiovascular event in the past 12 months, history of gastric bypass or bariatric surgery, (c) history of psychiatric hospitalization in past 2 years, (d) history of substance abuse or eating disorder, or (e) any other condition by which a medical professional has suggested diet modification, physical activity, and/or weight loss would be contraindicated.

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