A study evaluated contributions of physical and psychological symptoms, and pre-existing comorbidities to employment status following treatment for breast cancer.
A review of the ways that a yoga practice can help patients cope with their cancer and manage the physical symptoms and side effects of treatment.
More research is needed to better understand how to optimize the utility of survivorship care plans in patients with breast cancer.
AML survivors treated with blood or marrow transplantation have a greater risk of grade 3 or higher chronic health conditions, according to a survey that compared the long-term outcomes between survivors and their healthy siblings.
Data from the CIBMTR demonstrate a need to develop return-to-work interventions for patients who have undergone HCT as treatment of malignant, as well as nonmalignant, conditions.
[Journal of Hepatocellular Carcinoma] In this study, investigators sought to determine how socioeconomic differences influenced outcomes for patients in Florida with HCC. They found that despite having lower socioeconomic status, Hispanic patients with HCC fared better than both black and white patients with HCC.
Risk highest in the year after diagnosis but remains elevated compared with general population.
The American College of Sports Medicine reconvened the ACSM Roundtable to update its guidelines for prescribing exercise for patients and survivors of cancers.
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.