Details for U Of I Cancer Center

Updated

Do you or someone you know still experience neuropathy
in their hands or feet after finishing chemotherapy within
the past 15 months? Cancer survivors with persistent
chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) have
an opportunity to participate in a study to determine if the
numbness, tingling or shooting pain of CIPN can be alleviated by a form of vitamin B3. Participants will interact with
oncologists and neurologists during 8 visits over the course
of 6 months to the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center
at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Participants
will be compensated for their participation and can be
receiving their primary and cancer healthcare anywhere.
Interested individuals
may contact Spenser
Pfannenstiel B.S. at
spfannenstiel@uiowa.edu or
319-384-4481 for more
information.

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