1) "ACTIVE HOPE OPTIMAL WELLNESS PROGRAM" after MDS and Blood Cancers
Coordinated through the University of Michigan Integrative Medicine Program
Funded by by the J.P. McCarthy Foundation, Detroit, Michigan
Principal Investigator: Dr. Sara Warber
STUDY PURPOSE: To better understand the impact that nutrition, mindfulness meditation, Logotherapy, yoga and Chi-DoTM have on enhancing the quality of life and optimal wellness of blood cancer and Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) survivors.
WHAT: a 12 week integrative lifestyle modification program designed to enhance the quality of life. The study will include weekly Yoga, Chi-DoTM, Mindfulness Meditation, and Nutrition sessions.
Special Note: the nutrition component will be following the guidelines in my book, A Dietitian's Cancer Story.
WHO: You must have had a diagnosis of Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), Multiple Myeloma, Leukemia, or Lymphoma, are not receiving cancer treatments during this 3 month time period, and are 18 years of age or older.
WHERE: Plymouth, Michigan. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR OWN TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THIS LOCATION.
POTENTIAL BENEFITS: We cannot promise that participants personally will receive any benefits from being in this study. However, we hope that some will learn new skills that have the potential to:
_ Increase quality of life (physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being)
_ Increase interconnectedness
_ Increase perceived social support
_ Increase quality and patterns of sleep
_ Increase consumption of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fish (food frequency)
_ Decrease anxiety
_ Decrease depression
CONTACT: For more information call Jenna Wunder or Deneil Kolk at 998-7712 or Email: email@example.com.
Source: Newsletter@CancerRD.com (Diana Dyer)
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