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Title:

Relationships among Cognitive Function, Lifestyle, and Exercise after Cancer Treatment (ReFLECT)

Overview:

ReFLECT aims to examine relationships between lifestyle behaviors, such as physical activity and sleep, and cognitive function in breast cancer patients and survivors.

Funding Source:

Unfunded

Recruitment Status:
Not Currently Recruiting

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Title:

Comparing Objective Measurements of Physical Activity and Resting Energy Expenditure (COMPARE): An Extension of the BEAT Study

Overview:

BEAT(COMPARE) aims to compare different methods of measuring metabolism and physical activity in breast cancer survivors.

Funding Source:

The National Cancer Institute

Recruitment Status:
Not Currently Recruiting

Title:

Fit and Active Seniors Trial (FAST): Influence of Fitness on Brain and Cognition II

Overview:

The FAST Trial examines the effects of a number of physical activity programs on psychological and physical function in adults aged 60-79 years.

Funding Source:

National Institute on Aging

Recruitment Status:
Not Currently Recruiting

Title:

Activity, Gait, and Efficacy (AGE-II): Functional Limitations and Quality of Life Outcomes

Overview:

The FlexToBa trial examines the effects of a DVD-delivered physical activity program on functional limitations and quality of life in older adults.

Funding Source:

National Institute on Aging

Recruitment Status:
Not Currently Recruiting

Title:

FlexToBa for Multiple Sclerosis (FTBMS)

Overview:

The FlexToBa for MS trial examines the effects of a DVD-delivered physical activity program on functional limitations and quality of life in adults with multiple sclerosis.

Funding Source:

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Recruitment Status:
Not Currently Recruiting