The ReFLECT Studies aim to learn about relationships between lifestyle behaviors, such as exercise and sleep, and cognitive function in women diagnosed with breast cancer. Cognitive impairment is being increasingly recognized as a major side effect of cancer and its treatment. Although our previous studies have identified relationships between exercise and cognitive function in healthy aging adults, less is known about this relationship in cancer patients and survivors. Your participation in ReFLECT will add to our knowledge in this area. Findings will be used to design programs aimed at improving cognitive function and quality of life in women diagnosed with breast cancer.
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Important documents for your records:
Informed Consent: https://www.reflectstudies.org/informed_consent.html
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