Men and Women age of 18 and older who have been diagnosed and treated for breast cancer (stages I-IV) for a research study.
The effect of the Nia Technique on the quality of life among participants with treated breast cancer.
Dillon Patrick, M
UVa Health System, Cancer Center, Division of Hematology/Oncology seeks Men and Women age of 18 and older who have been diagnosed and treated for breast cancer (stages I-IV) for a research study. The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of the Nia Technique on the quality of life among participants treated for breast cancer. The Nia Technique is a gentle form of movement that combines dance, martial arts and yoga at your own pace. You attend one class per week for 12 weeks each visit lasting one hour each. You will also be asked to complete two questionnaires at two time points during the three month course. The questionnaires will also be administered during one follow-up 3 months after completion of the study. ? No compensation is provided for this study. Contact Information: For more information please contact: • Christina Taylor, RN • 434-243-0425 / firstname.lastname@example.org • IRB-HSR # 15866 Principal Investigator: Patrick Dillon, MD