Black breast cancer survivors have high rates of obesity and low physical activity levels. Little is known about the acceptability and feasibility of interventions in this population. A two-arm RCT was launched to assess the efficacy of a culturally targeted week multimodal lifestyle intervention in overweight and obese black survivors. Intervention components included nutrition education, exercise groups, and survivor-led motivational interviewing phone sessions.
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Breast cancer is a disease that can strike at any time, or any age. And while those who have been diagnosed are first and foremost focused on their health, it's also perfectly normal for them wonder how cancer treatment will change their bodies. Having concerns about losing your hair to chemotherapy or being scared to say goodbye to your natural breasts prior to undergoing a mastectomy are all very legitimate fears. And for black people in particular, when it comes to their skin, these concerns can be even more pressing.
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