‚ÄčThe LITE Study: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Light Therapy for Cancer-related Fatigue

The LITE study is randomized controlled trial of light therapy for the treatment of cancer-related fatigue (CRF) in 124 post-treatment cancer patients. CRF is one of the most common and distressing symptoms that comes with a cancer diagnosis. It is a feeling of extreme exhaustion and lack of energy and is not relieved by rest or sleep. This type of fatigue often appears before a cancer diagnosis, worsens during treatment, and can last for months or even years after treatments have ended in up to 35% of patients. The LITE Study is being conducted at the University of Calgary and is funded by the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute

Primary Investigator: Tavis Campbell, PhD (University of Calgary)

Co-Investigators: Jillian Johnson, MSc (University of Calgary), Linda Carlson, PhD (University of Calgary), Sheila N Garland, PhD (Memorial University of Newfoundland), Josee Savard, PhD (Laval University), Steve Simpson, MD, FRCPC (University of Calgary), and Sonia Ancoli-Israel, PhD (University of California, San Diego)

Please visit http://www.thelitestudy.ca

This study is closed to recruitment

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