A review of data from NHANES revealed some surprising findings regarding the quality of cancer survivors’ diet compared with their perceptions of it.
Most common late effects were endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory; likelihood of late effects up for those who underwent HSCT.
Study results demonstrate influence of the ASH Choosing Wisely campaign regarding surveillance imaging rates in patients with DLBCL.
Researchers sought to determine the benefits of longer-term therapeutics for patients with cancer.
Considerable burden of financial hardship reported for female adolescent, young-adult cancer survivors.
Retrospective study demonstrates that outcomes of 2-stage breast reconstruction are stable over the long term, with high patient and surgeon satisfaction.
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.