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Clinical Trial

Evaluating chemotherapy related sensorimotor dysfunction in cancer survivors

IRB Protocol Number STU00209528


Allison Wang


The purpose of this study is to understand how chemotherapy affects sensation and movement function.

There are two main objectives:

1) to measure how the nervous system responds to quick small perturbations to the arm;

2) to assess nerve function in the arm.

We are recruiting healthy individuals. Data collected from healthy individuals will be used as comparison for cancer survivors.

Who Can Participate

Healthy individuals between ages of 40-70


Provided upon participation.

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