Closed Studies

Since October 2008, we have supported more than 160 studies, connecting over 110,000 members with innovative research around the world. You may notice that study reports prior to 2020 mention the Army of Women or AOW. In 2020, after recognizing over 10 years as the Army of Women, we changed our name to Love Research Army to better reflect our longstanding commitment to fostering inclusive research.

While these research studies are always different, there is one common factor, which is our dedicated Love Research Army members. Thanks to the participation of our members, the following studies completed enrollment.

Closed Studies

Technology-Based Communication After a Cancer Diagnosis

Technology-Based Communication After a Cancer Diagnosis

Researcher Katie Darabos, MS, PhD candidate, and Jennifer S. Ford, PhD, Hunter College, City University of New York Study Review The purpose of this study was to learn how technology-based communication can be used to support young adult cancer patients and survivors....

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Symptoms Associated with Nerve Damage from Chemotherapy

Symptoms Associated with Nerve Damage from Chemotherapy

Researcher Christine Miaskowski, RN, PhD, University of California, San Francisco, and her colleagues in the Department of Medicine Study Review The purpose of this study was to evaluate the long-term effects of the chemotherapy drugs used to treat cancer on the ears...

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PACES Study

PACES Study

Researcher Chad Rethorst, PhD, and Madhukar Trivedi, MD, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Study Review Regular physical activity is beneficial for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, potentially reducing the likelihood of recurrence....

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WISDOM Study

WISDOM Study

Researcher Laura Esserman, MD, MBA, University of California, San Francisco, CA and her partners from the Athena Breast Health Network (a collaboration across the five University of California Medical Centers and Sanford Health)    

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Finding Alternatives for DCIS Treatment

Finding Alternatives for DCIS Treatment

Researcher Seema Khan, MD, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, Joseph Michael Guenther, MD, St. Elizabeth HealthCare, Edgewood, KY, Amy Degnim, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, Melissa Pilewskie, MD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, E. Shelley...

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Opening the Conversation

Opening the Conversation

Researcher Jessica Gorman, PhD, Oregon State University, Corvallis Study Review The purpose of this research study was to gain insight into how young female cancer survivors communicate with their male partners and their healthcare providers about reproductive and...

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Moving Forward Together 3

Moving Forward Together 3

Researcher Bernardine Pinto, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Dean of Research in the College of Nursing at the University of South Carolina, Columbia Study Review The purpose of this study was to test the effects of three physical activity programs among women...

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Reimagine.me Study

Reimagine.me Study

Researcher Sophia Smith, PhD, MSW, at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Study Review Reimagine.me investigated the impact of a structured online patient support program on women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and are experiencing chronic pain. The...

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Refining and Testing the Medical Appointment Planner

Refining and Testing the Medical Appointment Planner

Researcher Margaret Clayton, PhD, APRN, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Study Review The Reimagine.me study investigated the impact of a structured online patient support program for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and are experiencing...

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Mapping the Breast Ducts Study

Mapping the Breast Ducts Study

Researcher Susan Love, MD, MBA, Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, Encino, CA Study Review The purpose of this research study is to create a functional map of the breast ducts so that doctors can better diagnose, treat, and – eventually – learn how to prevent breast...

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UPA Breast Health Study

UPA Breast Health Study

Researcher Carolyn Westhoff, MD, Columbia University, New York, NY Study Review The purpose of this study is to learn how two different medications affect the breast: an estrogen-free selective progesterone-receptor modulator called UPA vs. a low-dose oral...

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