Internet-delivered Management of Pain Among Cancer Treatment Survivors


We are studying an internet-based pain coping skills program with pain education for cancer survivors who have persistent pain. Pain severity and interference will be compared to people who receive only pain education. The pain coping program has 8 sessions that are completed in the first 10 weeks of starting the study. The group that receives only pain education will receive access to the program after 6 months. Everyone is followed for 9 months

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Male or Female
18 years and over
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
Inclusion Criteria:

• diagnosis of invasive cancer that has been treated with either single therapy or any combination of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy/drug therapy
• may be either off all treatment OR actively receiving anticancer therapy in an adjuvant (after surgery) setting, maintenance setting, or for active cancer that is felt to be stable and/or controlled and not rapidly progressive
• less than/equal to 5 years since the completion of their anticancer therapy
• experiencing continued pain
Exclusion Criteria:

• cancer history of only superficial skin cancers or in situ malignancy
• only preexisting pain conditions unrelated to cancer or cancer treatment (e.g., migraine or tension headache, arthritis, back disorders, bursitis/tendonitis, injuries, fibromyalgia)
• known or suspected diagnosable substance use disorder or opioid overuse disorder
• enrolled in hospice care or end-of-life palliative care


Cancer Pain, Cancer Survivorship

Kristen Nelson -
Edward Greeno, M.D.
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