We need Latinas living in the U.S. who were diagnosed with breast cancer, completed chemotherapy within the last 10 years, and experienced menopause (el cambio de vida) as a result of their chemotherapy, to participate in a research study about chemotherapy-induced premature menopause.
Chemotherapy is standard treatment for women with early stage breast cancer. One of the side effects of chemotherapy treatment is chemotherapy-induced premature menopause, which may be temporary or permanent. There is very little research that has been done specifically on Latinas and breast cancer, and it is important to learn more about their experiences. This study will help researchers learn more about chemotherapy-induced menopause from the perspective of Latinas who have been treated for breast cancer.
Please read on to learn more about what's involved and who can participate. If this study isn't right for you, please pass it on! Please help the Army of Women and the research team find the women they need!