In this study, researchers identified 8 common themes related to challenges patients experience with ostomy self-management.
Key stakeholders are urged to create the infrastructure and necessary cultural adaptations.
Entrepreneuring cancer survivors often use their experience as a catalyst to create unique products that solve the most challenging issues cancer patients face. Oncology Nurse Advisor presents five products designed by and for survivors.
This study sought to determine gender differences regarding melanoma survivors’ perceptions of partner support and comfort in performing skin self-examinations.
A call to action suggests cancer care should include interventions that help patients change how they think of their cancer and its treatment course.
Described as “the fourth pillar” of cancer care, study findings demonstrate that a comprehensive tobacco treatment program can achieve long-term smoking cessation.
Results of the PRISM-P trial compared the benefits parents of children with cancer derived from resilience training in a 1-on-1 setting vs group setting vs usual psychosocial care alone.
Interviews with young cancer survivors revealed the 3 themes that define their concerns regarding the end of treatment.
Although cancer survivors report positive quality of life outcomes, patients with colorectal cancer tend to report dissatisfaction with their quality of life and at least one survivorship issue.
Patient-specific, individualized coaching was found to provide needed support for patients with recurrent breast cancer.