Cancer (Geriatric): Cognitive Rehabilitation For At-Risk Older Cancer Patients Receiving
Chemotherapy: A Pilot Study Evaluating Feasibility And Impact
Does a dual-approach cognitive rehabilitation intervention help reduce loss of independence
and chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment?
Basic Study Information
Purpose:Location: Cancer Center
In Phase I all subjects will receive cognitive rehabilitation intervention which includes,
workshops and at-home computer-based cognitive training. In the phase II portion of
the study, depending on the group you are assigned, you may receive cognitive rehabilitation
intervention or usual care. This will help researchers develop a doable approach to
cognitive rehabilitation and see if it helps reduce the risk of developing progressive
cognitive impairments which is a common side effect of chemotherapy.
Study Reference #: UCCO16103
Lead Researcher (Principal Investigator)
Lead Researcher: Allison Magnuson
Study Contact InformationStudy Coordinator: Terri Lloyd
Phone: (585) 276-5652
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