The Clinical Trials Research Team at FirstHealth of the Carolinas is offering an insomnia study, in affiliation with the University of Rochester, to cancer survivors. This study has been approved by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) as a means to find non-medicinal treatment options for patients with sleep problems after cancer therapy.
We would like to offer to you the opportunity to participate in this exciting research study that compares the effectiveness of:
- Health Education
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
If selected, you will attend sessions in one of these three groups. There is no cost to you, and compensation is available for travel expenses to complete study requirements such as study questionnaires.
Potential patients must have moderate to severe sleep problems, have completed cancer treatment within the last two to 60 months and be at least 18 years of age.
The results of this study have the potential to help all cancer patients who suffer from insomnia.