A posttreatment program demonstrated that nurse practitioner-led follow-up visits can be an essential component of radiation therapy.
The Healthy Outcomes for Positivity and Encouragement (HOPE) survivorship program offered nurse navigator-based coaching tailored to the unique needs of patients with recurrent breast cancer.
Findings seen in survivors of childhood cancer independent of the neurotoxic treatment received
Researchers describe their 3-step program designed to continue pediatric survivorship care through adulthood.
A retrospective study sought to determine the accuracy of the GNRI in predicting postoperative complications and overall survival in elderly patients with colorectal cancer.
Cancer survivors have similar rates of prescription opioid misuse versus those without cancer.
A large cross-sectional cohort study investigated the relationship between hearing loss and measures of neurocognition in survivors of childhood cancers.
A survey of MASCC clinician members identified 3 areas for further research and development to improve survivorship care plans for cancer survivors.
“Telechaplaincy” involves the use of telecommunications, including telephone calls, videos, and videoconferencing, to provide religious/spiritual care.
One objective underlying development of these guidelines was to identify research gaps regarding the management of cancer treatment–related hot flashes.