Survivorship Care Plans
New data from countries, including the United States, allow for intercountry, intracountry comparisons.
Nurse-Led vs Oncologist-Led Breast Cancer Follow-up Program: Early Feasibility Results of an Ongoing StudyFebruary 18, 2019
Early feasibility results are presented for a trial that evaluates whether standard-of-care follow-up for women with early-stage breast cancer can be replaced by a nurse-led intervention focusing on patient self-management.
A qualitative study revealed the unique needs of lymphoma survivors transitioning from active care to survivorship.
Performance of Work-Related Functions Linked to Cancer Treatment in Adolescent, Young Adult SurvivorsFebruary 07, 2019
Survey results reveal the effects of cancer treatment on job-related mental and physical abilities in survivors who were AYAs at diagnosis.
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.
Survivorship Care Plans Provide Limited Improvement in Knowledge Among Early-Stage Breast Cancer SurvivorsJanuary 30, 2019
A randomized study comparing patient knowledge at 4 weeks following administration of a survivorship care plan either immediately or following a delay of 4-weeks to women who had completed active treatment for early-stage breast cancer did not show a difference between the 2 study arms.
Researchers sought to identify the support networks for patients with colorectal cancer.
An international study sought to determine if ixazomib maintenance after autologous stem cell transplantation would improve progression-free survival and overall survival.
A review of the 2nd edition of the American Cancer Society's What to Eat During Cancer Treatment, and catching up with Chef Pnina Peled at New York-Presbyterian Hospitals.
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.
After implementing a web-based tool for patients with cancer, researchers surveyed healthcare providers involved in the pilot project regarding their thoughts and experiences with the project.
Researchers present results of an interim analysis of a study on the prevalence of advanced colorectal neoplasia among survivors of Hodgkin lymphoma.
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of a smartphone app in encouraging breast cancer survivors to meet their posttreatment exercise goals.
Researchers assessed self-reports of chronic systemic symptoms experienced by head and neck cancer survivors at least 1 year posttreatment.
Patients with lymphoma were interviewed to determine their evaluation of a program that offered continuing clinical care with a nurse-led intervention in the early months of survivorship.
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