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NCT03259438 : The Vitality Project for Fatigued Female Cancer Survivors
AgesMin: 18 Years Max: 70 Years
Inclusion Criteria:

- Female patients

- Aged 18-70 years

- Have completed a course of chemotherapy cancer treatment (except for ongoing treatment
with Herceptin [trastuzumab] or other adjuvant therapies), AND/OR radiation treatment,
AND/OR surgery, with no surgery, radiation or chemotherapy received in the past 8

- Endorse a 3/10 or above for the question "On a scale of one to ten, in the last week,
how much has your fatigue interfered with your daily life, with 1 being not at all,
and 10 being all the time" AND/OR "On a scale of one to ten, in the last week, how
much have you felt your sleep has been disturbed or of a quality that you have not
felt rested when you wake up, with 1 being not at all, and 10 being all the time"

- Have a primary care or other physician

- Ability to understand English

- Willingness to have blood drawn

- Willingness to have an EEG, EKG, and EMG taken

- Willingness to complete questionnaires

- Willingness and ability to undergo an fMRI scan (screening parameters for this are
included below) [optional: participant doesn't have to do this if it will represent
too much burden to the participant, or if they have other contraindications to fMRI
such as metal in the body, etc.]

- Ability to pass basic validated physical movement tests (e.g.: standing with feet
touching for 30 seconds, twist right to left and back, hold arms out to side in air
for 15 seconds, lift arms over head, moving from standing position to seated position
on the floor) to verify safety for qigong and exercise practices

Exclusion Criteria:

- History or current diagnosis of coronary artery or coronary heart disease

- History or current diagnosis of heart attack, or heart murmur

- Electrical Pacemaker Implant in heart

- Peripheral neuropathy in hands

- History or current diagnosis of any other MAJOR psychiatric disorder (including
psychosis, or mania, or suicidal or homicidal ideation) besides depression or anxiety

- Active alcohol or drug abuse

- Tobacco use

- Pregnancy

- Ingestion of caffeine or cocoa products less than two hours from data collection

- Inability to participate in gentle exercises (like pilates)
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