MyLifeStylist/The Comprehensive Lifestyle Change in Anti-Cancer Program
Phone Number: 713-792-5048
Population: Women with Stage III Breast Cancer, 18 years and older
Brief Description: The goal of this behavioral research study is to look at the relationship between lifestyle factors and cancer-related outcomes, such as the risk of the disease coming back, patient quality of life, physical functioning, and bodily reactions (such as hormones and immune function).
Phone Number: 713-794-5494
Population: Post-menopausal women who are 30-70 years old, currently obese (BMI greater than or equal to 30), and at high risk of
Brief Description: The goal of this research study is to learn the effects of a 16 week weight loss program with or without blood sugar
monitoring on weight loss and cancer risk in women with a high risk of developing breast cancer.
Phone Number: 713-563-9627
Population: MD Anderson colorectal cancer survivors who are out of treatment for a minimum of 3 months and who are experiencing chemotherapy-induced neuropathy; patients who are 18 years of age or above; understand and read English
Brief Description: Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is an established therapeutic technique that has been around since 1985. This study will test the use of TMS to relieve chemotherapy-related neuropathy and will require ten treatments over a two week period (depending on group assignment) -- each treatment lasting less than one hour.
Project Insight (Women's Perceptions of the Benefits and Harms of Breast Cancer Screenings: A Qualitative Inquiry)
Phone Number: 713-745-0317
Population: Black, Hispanic/Latin and White women: Ages 40-75; English or Spanish speakers
Brief Description: Volunteers needed for research focus groups. Researchers will lead small discussion groups with women to talk about breast cancer screening.
Phone Number: 713-794-LUNG or 713-794-5864
Population: Smokers 50 years or older who are willing to receive Luna cancer screening and who are willing to change smoking behaviors
Brief Description: Project Luna is a study designed to provide tobacco cessation treatment for individuals who are either willing to complete a lung cancer screening via low dose CT scan or who have had lung cancer screening within 30 days prior to enrollment into this protocol. After the scan, participants will be enrolled into a tobacco cessation program and may receive an FDA approved tobacco cessation medication.