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RESTORE: A virtual study comparing 2 digital apps to improve mental and physical well-being of patients with stage I – 3 cancer

RESTORE: A virtual study comparing 2 digital apps to improve mental and physical well-being of patients with stage I – 3 cancer

Clinicaltrials.gov identifier:
NCT05227898


People with stage 1-3 cancer

Study Contact Information:

Kelly Moors, Study Coordinator
restore@curebase.com
(628) 232-8929


RESTORE: A virtual study comparing 2 digital apps to improve mental and physical well-being of patients with stage I – 3 cancer

About the Study

Many cancer patients experience cancer-related distress, which includes psychological symptoms of anxiety and depression. The RESTORE study will enroll up to 415 adults who have been diagnosed with I-III cancer. The goal is to test how effective two different apps are at improving physical and mental health. Participants use their smartphone or tablet to download and access their assigned treatment app without ever needing to visit a clinic in person. Note: This study is no longer enrolling. 

 

This Study is Open To:

Note: This study is no longer enrolling. 

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Note: This study is no longer enrolling.