A review of how vicarious trauma develops in helping professionals such as oncology nurses, and some preventive measures to mitigate its effects.
During end-of-life care, cancer patients who utilized spiritual, psychology, and social work services received different oncologic treatment.
A quality improvement project used the Plan-Do-Study-Act methodology to explore the effect of concurrent supportive and palliative oncology care in an ambulatory cancer clinic.
An exploration of the human microbiome and the impact it may have on current and future cancer therapies.
From 15 to 40 years after diagnosis, pediatric cancer survivors have a roughly 4-fold higher risk of death than the general population, a study suggests.
Patients with de novo metastatic cancer have seen modest improvements in survival over the last 3 decades, according to researchers.
A secondary analysis of CONNECT participants sought to increase the rate of EOLC and advanced care planning among patients with advanced cancer.
Researchers compared several traditional Chinese medicine modalities to determine which may benefit patients with cancer who experience sleep disturbance.
Friends and family, especially parents, are the greatest sources of social support for childhood and adolescent cancer survivors.
A cross-sectional study sought to measure the correlation between eHealth literacy and knowledge, attitudes, practice regarding palliative care.
A review of the importance of spiritual care for patients with cancer, and tips for how to incorporate this need into routine cancer care.
Researchers sought to determine if fear of recurrence therapy could improve outcomes for survivors of breast and gynecologic cancers.
A study evaluated prescribing practices for management of immune-mediated adverse events with immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy at a hospital system.
Findings support annual breast cancer screening mammography at ages 30-74 for female survivors of Hodgkin lymphoma who received chest radiation.
This report describes the results achieved with an outpatient care clinic designed to address febile neutropenia in patients with hematologic cancers.
Researchers investigated potential gaps in understanding of palliative care among nurse practitioners in oncology at a large US-based cancer center.
Researchers investigated a possible connection between radiotherapy and development of erythema multiforme, in a single-institution case series.
Researchers sought to determine the efficacy and safety of benzodiazepines alone or combined with opioids for dyspnea in patients with cancer.
This article introduces and reviews emerging artificial intelligence applications in radiation oncology, from diagnostic imaging and interpretation to follow-up patient management.
A qualitative descriptive study was conducted to learn about nurses’ experiences administering care to pediatric patients with neuroblastoma who are receiving radioactive therapy.