Clinical Study

S1820- A Randomized Trial Of The Altering Intake, Managing Symptoms Intervention For Bowel Dysfunction In Rectal Cancer Survivors Compared To A Healthy Living Education Control: A Feasibility And Preliminary Efficacy Study (Aims-Rc)

Posted Date: Nov 28, 2020

  • Investigator: Jordan Kharofa
  • Specialties: Cancer, Oncology
  • Type of Study: Observational/Survey

This phase II trial studies how a diet intervention works in improving bowel dysfunction symptoms related in colon or rectal cancer survivors. Changing a diet may be helpful in reducing the severity of bowel symptoms, including diarrhea and constipation, and improve quality of life in colon or rectal cancer survivors and help doctors learn how to help patients better in the future.


To Be Eligible: Must Have Prior History Of Rectosigmoid Colon Cancer Or Rectal Cancer, Post-Surgical Permanent Ostomy Or Anastomosis, Last Date Of Treatment For Rectal Cancer At Least 6 Months Prior,, No Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Ibd) Such As Ulcerative Colitis Or Crohn's Disease


Rectal Cancer, Diet

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