Researchers sought to describe symptoms experienced by pediatric patients receiving palliative care based on parent-reported data.
Nurse researchers defined the prevalence and potential risk mitigation for acute ischemic stroke in brain tumor survivors.
Researchers sought to determine when and to what extent survivors of head and neck squamous cell cancers would recover their senses of taste and smell.
As cancer treatments advance and survival rates increase, how is the quality of life among cancer survivors? Outside factors such as employment can play a large role in this. Among patients who are undergoing treatment or have survived cancer, what can the specifics of their occupational status tell us about their quality of life?
A gastrointestinal oncologist offers his insight on the cancer experience, culled from his experience as both a physician and a patient.
A review of the literature identified common deficits in cognitive functioning experienced by survivors of pediatric cancers.
Investigators at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center explored the potential effects of financial concerns on the overall and cancer-specific survival for patients with head and neck cancers.
A team of Danish researchers investigate the relationship between work-related direct UVR exposure and risk for breast cancer in women older than 50.
Investigators sought to determine the efficacy of using electronic PRO systems to monitor and manage symptoms in patients with advanced and metastatic cancer.
Survey revealed health-promoting behaviors among informal cancer caregivers and how becoming a caregiver influences self-care practices.