Between 2018 and 2020, the NEON-PC project cohort included 566 prostate cancer patients in which cognitive performance was assessed and information was collected on quality of life, quality of sleep, levels of anxiety and depression and level of literacy in Cheers. Cohort participants were re-evaluated after 6 and 12 months: 235 and 315 evaluations were performed, respectively. In 162 participants, remote monitoring of cognitive performance was initiated with the new Brain on Track tool. In addition, 109 neuropsychological assessments were carried out to confirm and better characterize the probable cognitive impairment presented by these participants.
The study protocol was accepted for publication in the BMJ Open magazine.