Biobehavioral Correlates of Cancer-related Cognitive Dysfunction and its Co-occurring Symptoms

Diane Von Ah, PhD, RN, FAAN, Indiana University School of Nursing
Study review

The purpose of this study was to identify underlying factors (such as age, stress level, and quality of sleep) that may be linked to memory and concentration problems that some people experience after going through treatment for cancer. The goal is for researchers to gain a better understanding of how these factors are related in order to find solutions to reduce the negative effects of treatment.

The initial Call to Action for this study was on 02/18/2021 and the researchers closed enrollment on 5/27/2021. The Love Research Army provided them with 236 participants who were interested in enrolling in the study.