Although psychological distress was not improved, this tailored intervention addressed other potential gaps in care needs of patients with gynecologic cancers undergoing RT.
Despite some concerns, a survey of physicians and patients with cancer at a Houston cancer center showed satisfaction among both groups.
Key recommendations from the Oncology Nursing Society clinical practice guidelines are presented.
Retrospective study demonstrates that outcomes of 2-stage breast reconstruction are stable over the long term, with high patient and surgeon satisfaction.
Results of a perception survey revealed major deficits in education, screening, and treatment among patients with cancer.
Dr Sue Yom discusses the evolution and future of stereotactic body radiotherapy.
Researchers describe their 3-step program designed to continue pediatric survivorship care through adulthood.
The uncertainty experienced due to COVID can be used to better understand the loss a patient with cancer faces after diagnosis.
This crossover study evaluated the effects of using standard-weight weighted blankets as a source of increased deep touch pressure.
This retrospective cohort analysis sought to determine the association between pRIA and radiation dose and response to treatment.
Researchers at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston present tools that support patient adherence to acalabrutinb in the setting of MCL.
MASCC/ISOO Mucositis Guidelines Leadership Group released updated recommendations and suggestions for preventing and treating oral mucositis in patients undergoing cancer treatment.
A small study sought to determine if severe treatment-related skin rash could be treated without dose reduction or interruption in patients receiving imatinib for GIST.
A literature search of new studies clarifies, refutes, and expands on previous recommendations for managing new and established CIPN in patients treated with cytotoxic agents.
Survey results show that parents are in agreement with their adolescents with cancer regarding some concerns but not all.
A cross-sectional mixed-method study demonstrated that music therapy diminished cancer-related fatigue.
“Telechaplaincy” involves the use of telecommunications, including telephone calls, videos, and videoconferencing, to provide religious/spiritual care.
Communication breakdowns associated with a loss of hearing can potentially impact older patients’ adherence to treatment plans.
This study is the first placebo-controlled clinical trial to investigate a treatment for MRONJ in patients for whom the condition is established.
In addition to being common yet serious diseases, both cancer and fibromyalgia bring a high burden of physical pain and negative effects on mental health.