A meta-analysis that included more than 2.1 million people suggested that recommended cancer screening may not extend patients’ life spans.
Researchers identified patterns of smoking habits after a cancer diagnosis and the associated risks of cardiovascular events.
Researchers sought to determine if fear of recurrence therapy could improve outcomes for survivors of breast and gynecologic cancers.
An analysis of SEER-Medicare data revealed disparities in access to multiteam care for patients with multiple chronic conditions in underserved populations.
The symptoms and care needs of patients with myeloproliferative neoplasms are discussed in a report on effective care management for these patients.
Investigators sought to determine the effect of oncology nurse navigator involvement on posttreatment ED visits and hospitalizations for patients with cancer treated with chemotherapy.
A qualitative study sought to investigate the challenges faced by a surviving parent of dependent children after the cancer-related death of a co-parent.
Researchers sought to increase completion rates for advanced care planning and advanced directives for patients with metastatic cancer.
A survey study sought to examine physician attitudes about using a life expectancy of less than 10 years as a criterion for discontinuing cancer screening.
Cancer patients with barriers to transportation have an increased risk of emergency department visits, cancer-specific mortality, and all-cause mortality, a new study suggests.