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The ReMig-study aims to increase knowledge about rehabilitation needs, the rehabilitation process of arabic-speaking migrated women with BC, to increase the prerequisites for optimized and equal cancer care. The study aims to map migrated Arabic-speaking women's breast cancer rehabilitation with a focus on mental and physical recovery, lifestyle habits as well as satisfaction and goals with the rehabilitation and compare these outcomes with the outcomes of Swedish-speaking women. Further aim is to explore migrated Arabic-speaking women´s experiences and attitudes towards breast cancer rehabilitation.

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Annually, over 2 million women are diagnosed with breast cancer (BC) globally, of which about 8300 in Sweden. Today, 20% of the Swedish population is foreign born and previous research has shown that women who have migrated are particularly vulnerable when diagnosed with BC. Research focusing on migrated women is sparse as they are often excluded from research, but available research shows that experience and management of BC differs depending on ethnicity, that the women to a lesser extent participate in BC screening and rehabilitation and that they have a higher mortality than Swedish born women. In recent years, measures to promote early BC diagnosis have been initiated, but knowledge of how optimized rehabilitation should be ensured to promote recovery and reduce the socioeconomic burden is lacking. This study aims to map the rehabilitation of migrant Arabic-speaking women with a focus on mental and physical recovery, lifestyle habits and satisfaction and goals with the rehabilitation in the first year after BC diagnosis and compare these outcomes with Swedish-speaking women. Further to elucidate migrated Arabic-speaking women´s experiences and attitudes towards breast cancer rehabilitation. ;

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NCT number NCT05689398
Study type Observational
Source Lund University
Contact Annette EW Holst-Hansson, PhD
Phone +46762726799
Status Recruiting
Start date January 10, 2023
Completion date May 15, 2025

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