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Table 2 Means and SDs for each of the FACT-Cog subscales and total scores, at each of the time points, by treatment arm

From: Important differences and meaningful changes for the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-Cognitive Function (FACT-Cog)

Instrument/ Subscalea T1: Baseline T2: Post-intervention T3: Six-months
Intervention N = 121 Control N = 121 Intervention N = 94 Control N = 98 Intervention N = 95 Control N = 89
EORTC-CF 41.5 (8.8) 39.1 (16.9) 67.9 (22.8) 58.3(19.2) 68.6 (22.4) 60.4 (20.6)
FACT-G 76.5 (15.3) 77.1 (14.1) 83.5 (14.0) 82.1 (13.3) 84.2 (14.4) 80.2 (14.2)
FACT-Cog-PCI 38.6 (14.3) 41.9 (15.1) 23.2 (15.5) 33.5(16.1) 23.4 (14.6) 32.6 (16.5)
FACT-Cog-QoL 7.5 (4.2) 7.7 (4.4) 4.2 (4.3) 5.7 (4.2) 4.3 (4.3) 5.7 (4.3)
FACT-Cog-Oth 3.0 (3.6) 3.3 (3.7) 1.5 (2.0) 2.5 (2.79) 1.8 (3.1) 2.5 (2.8)
FACT-Cog-PCA 12.0 (5.0) 12.5 (5.6) 17.2 (5.8) 14.1 (5.5) 16.9 (6.0) 14.1 (5.5)
FACT-Cog-Total (33 items) 78.8 (22.5) 75.6 (23.7) 104.3 (25.1) 88.3 (25.2) 103.5 (25.0) 89.3(25.8)
FACT-Cog-Total (37 items) 85.6 (25.5) 81.5 (26.7) 114.2 (27.7) 95.6 (28.7) 113.4 (28.6) 97.0 (29.2)
  1. aCog-PCI Perceived cognitive impairment (18 items), Cog-QoL Impact of perceived cognitive impairment on QOL (4 items), Cog-Oth Comments from others on cognitive function (4 items), Cog-PCA Perceived cognitive abilities (7 items)