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Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Menopausal Symptoms (hot flushes and night sweats): Moderators and Mediators of Treatment Effects

Abstract OBJECTIVE: Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) has been found in recent randomized controlled trials (MENOS1 and MENOS2) to reduce the impact of hot flushes and night sweats (HFNS). In the MENOS2 trial, group CBT was found to be as effective as self-help CBT in reducing the impact of HFNS. This study investigates for whom and how CBT works for women in the MENOS2 trial. METHODS: This study performed a secondary analysis…
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CBT Reduces Menopausal Symptoms Following Breast Cancer Treatment

According to a recent study published in The Lancet, CBT can help reduce menopausal symptoms among women following breast cancer treatment. Menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes and night sweats are fairly prevalent among female breast cancer patients (65-85%) following treatment.  In the current study, researchers sought to determine whether CBT can help breast cancer patients effectively manage menopausal symptoms. Participants included 96 women recruited from breast clinics in London,…
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