Weight Control Study at BMC

 Name of the study : Weight Control Study

 Medical field : Women’s health

Purpose of Weight Control Study 

In this weight control study, Female breast cancer survivors who have completed their treatment are invited to participate in a research study using mobile Health tools focusing on weight control.If you are eligible, you will then be asked to come to our offices at the Crosstown Center (801 Mass Ave). Track information about your weight and physical activity using devices that work with your smartphone and have calls with a health counselor.

Weight Control Study Details

Study Start Date:04/01/2015
Study Completion Date: 04/20/2015
Compensation: 

  • You will be paid up to $40 and you can keep the devices.

Ages Eligible for Study: All

Genders Eligible for Study: Women

Criteria:  

  • Female breast cancer survivors who have completed their treatment

Contacts and Locations

Signing up for a clinical trial is an important and personal decision. Make sure that you talk to your doctor and potential family members before you decide to join a study. If you want to learn more about this particular study, you and your doctor may contact the clinical trial contacts provided below. For general information about Clinical Trials, see FAQs about Clinical Trials.

 Contact

 

Location

You can participant at the offices at the Crosstown Center (801 Mass Ave)

About the Research Facility

Boston Medical Center is an academic medical center and primary teaching affiliate for Boston University School of Medicine. It offers a full range of valuable health care services including adult and pediatric services and advanced specialty care. The facility also houses New England’s largest and busiest trauma and emergency department. Boston Medical Center prides itself on delivering outstanding care to every patient, regardless of the patient’s social or economic status. It is a private, not-for-profit facility that also represents the largest safety net hospital in New England. Nearly 70 physicians from Boston Medical Center have been recognized as “top docs” by Boston Magazine. In addition, U.S. News & World Report recognizes the center as being among the best in its region. www.bmc.org