Researchers found that nutrition status and activity levels have a more significant influence on outcomes for participants in phase 1 and 2 clinical trials of cancer drugs than previously believed.
A long-term study sought to delineate risk factors for male breast cancer and to identify the potential benefits of screening mammography for men at high risk of breast cancer.
A literature review identified CIPN as a potential contributor to falls and injuries in patients with cancer; however, evidence-based methods for preventing falls in these patients are scarce.
A team of researchers sought to determine if BWH Tumor Classification System classified tumors more accurately than AJCC 8, and their sensitivity and specificity for predicting poor outcomes.
Oncology nurses discuss the importance of ongoing education on the treatments, symptoms, and available information on MPNs for patients, and oncology nurses.
A pilot study revealed the effectiveness of the DLQI in assessing quality of life measures in women with breast cancer treatment-related radiodermatitis.
These study results illustrate a need to educate survivors of childhood cancers on an ongoing potential risk for venous thromboembolism (VTE) beyond 5 years postdiagnosis.
A randomized trial sought to measure the effect of educational modules on nurse use of personal protection equipment when handling and/or administering chemotherapy.
Researchers conducted a meta-analysis to determine the incidence of adverse events among patients assigned to placebo-receiving groups in randomized clinical trials.
A review of DBBR data demonstrated that regular recreational physical activity may reduce the risk of all-cause and cancer-specific mortality in persons who are habitually active as a lifestyle as well as those who adopt regular exercise as a lifestyle after diagnosis.