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Medical progress in the treatment of cancer has prolonged patients' life expectancy. This improvement has led researchers to become concerned about the long-term negative effects of cancer treatments on quality-of-life. In particular, previous studies have identified complaints that have been submitted concerning the cognitive status of patients treated with chemotherapy (Berglund et coll., 1991). All of these cognitive changes are collectively grouped under the term chemobrain. The consequences of treatments remain however underestimated, as the priority when diagnosing cancer remains the patient's short- to medium-term survival; yet, quality-of-life contributes to the long-term survival of patients (Kramer, 2000). In addition to medical treatments, psychosocial care adapted to the specific needs of subjects is thus important for improving their quality-of-life and helping them return to work. Even if initiatives have multiplied over the past few decades in the psychosocial management of these subjects (e.g., supportive care), that related to cognitive disorders in subjects having survived cancer remains a little documented field. Cognitive deficiency in cancer survivors is said to be moderate (Razaq et coll., 2017), which makes survivors ideal candidates for cognitive rehabilitation.

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NCT number NCT05690828
Study type Interventional
Source Institut Bergonié
Contact Véronique GERAT-MULLER
Phone 0556337804
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date February 1, 2023
Completion date December 1, 2024

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