A systematic review of studies had surprising findings on the efficacy of oncology patient navigation.
These cancer medication experts serve both as a resource for cancer care teams and as a liaison for patient needs.
Genetic patient navigators have a positive effect on patient adherence to risk-mitigating health behaviors and nongenetic HCPs understanding of genetic risks.
A pilot program demonstrates an effective model for improving knowledge of and access to fertility preservation options for women of reproductive age with newly diagnosed cancer.
This report discusses conflicting study results on the benefits of prophylactic cranial irradiation (PCI) and potential physician bias in recommending the procedure to patients with SCLC.
Researchers report that diversity in PROM systems leads to inconsistent results across a selection of 41 such systems, despite being able to identify their common features.
A qualitative study revealed the unique needs of lymphoma survivors transitioning from active care to survivorship.
The American Cancer Society constructed a report designed to identify the changing demographics and needs of cancer survivors in the United States. In this article, we report on its findings.
A study conducted in a single institution sought to measure the impact including an oncology nurse navigator in the healthcare team has on patient treatment and outcomes.
A survey-based study revealed that women with greater concerns regarding tamoxifen and medicine in general are less likely to take the drug as a preventive measure.