Intervening on Reproductive Health in Young Breast Cancer Survivors (SCP-R Study)

Thank you for your interest in the SCP-R study. Due to the dedication of volunteers such as yourself, we are excited to announce that we have met our recruitment goal for this study and are therefore no longer enrolling new participants. Cancer survivors interested in participating in future studies are encouraged to contact the study team at or by phone at 858-822-0768

Physicians and researchers at UC San Diego want to determine if a tailored women’s health survivorship care plan will improve reproductive health symptoms (i.e., hot flashes, fertility concerns, birth control practices, and sexual function) in young breast cancer survivors.

Who Can Join This Study?

Young women age 18-50 who have completed treatment for breast cancer.

What Happens If I Choose to Participate?

If you choose to participate you will be randomly assigned to either the intervention or waitlist control group and followed for 24 weeks. Participants will be compensated up to $100 for completing all the study activities.

As a participant, you will be asked to do the following study activities:

  1. Daily record the number and severity of hot flashes through text messages
  2. Complete a questionnaire at enrollment, 12, and 24 weeks
  3. Provide the name and contact information of a health care provider who you would like to be asked to participate in this study

Principal Investigator

Irene Su, MD, MSCE


This study is funded by the California Breast Cancer Research Program and has been approved by the UC San Diego Institutional Review Board.