Most centers reported having no sexual aids available for patients, according to researchers.
Publication of the JNC 8 introduces a lower threshold for initiating hypertension treatment during cancer therapy.
iPSC vaccine prevented tumor growth in syngeneic murine breast CA, mesothelioma, melanoma models
Patient self-administration of a nitrous oxide/oxygen combination appears to be superior to oxygen alone as an adjunct analgesic treatment for severe breakthrough cancer pain.
Risk scores summarizing eight diseases, markers tied to cancer risk in dose-response manner
Study findings indicate that nurses have lower ratings of satisfaction with care than those given by the general public.
Increasing trend seen for some lethal cancers, with up to 5 percent increase for liver, pancreas, lung CAs
Compared with placebo, gabapentin administered pre- and postoperatively may reduce the time to postoperative opioid cessation, but was not shown to improve postoperative pain resolution.
Results of a nonblinded study demonstrate the value of incorporating early palliative care into oncologic care for patients with advanced cancer.
Researchers sought to determine the link between opioid use among patients with advanced cancer and health care use such as urgent care, inpatient, and emergency room visits.
PSPT significantly reduced radiation exposure to the heart, but no differences were observed between PSPT and IMRT for the lung or esophagus.
This observational study demonstrates the significance of using the chemotherapy toxicity risk score (CTRS) to determine if an elderly patient can safely tolerate standard-dose combination chemotherapy, or would fare better with a reduced-dose regimen.
Cohort study assessed the effect of antenatal cancer treatment on specific neonatal complications by type of chemotherapy and by type of cancer.
A kind gesture toward friends during their chemotherapy infusions developed into a support organization that helps patients pass the time during their treatment.
In this retrospective study, researchers sought to determine if cancer patients with rheumatologic disease would be able to tolerate cancer treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors or if these agents would induce a rheumatologic disease flare.
Perceptions of missed care are tied to higher patient-to-nurse ratios in England's hospitals, research indicates.
A literature sought to identify which signs and symptoms in patients with new cancer diagnoses indicate a greater likelihood for long-term emotional distress.
The researchers observed a positive correlation between long-term night shift work and the risks of several different types of cancer.
Study evaluates the incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder in patients with cancer from diagnosis through survivorship.
Abstinent smokers may have reduced preoperative pain tolerance and increased postoperative opioid use compared with nonsmokers.
An analysis of select responses to a survey conducted by researchers from the College of Nursing at South Dakota State University identified oncology nurses' comfort level in handling end-of-life care and patient education.
Although dynapenia and weak HGS is associated with poor outcomes in patients with cancer, it is not routinely assessed in this population.
Recent studies have suggested that married patients experience a survival benefit for various cancers; marriage has been associated with earlier detection, undergoing treatment, as well as better economic status and social support.
Coffee consumption was found to be generally safe and more likely to benefit health than harm.
This fact sheet examines the evidence linking artificial sweeteners to an increased risk of cancer development.
Investigators sought to determine why so few biospecimens were available for research from minority populations of women with breast cancer.
Using a series of functional tests, researchers determined the significance of sarcopenia severity after chemotherapy in older patients with cancer and its effect on their physical independence.
A survey of 754 cancer survivors sought to determine the association between number of neurotoxicities such as CIN, hearing loss, and tinnitus and outcomes for these patients.
Groups urge Congress to take immediate action, provide transparency, and improve drug manufacturing.
Researchers conducted a geriatric assessment of 304 patients with cancer, then followed them in a 2-year study to determine the risk of fractures and falls in older patients.
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