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Systematic assessment for DM is suggested for all cancer survivors because DM appears to be an important co-morbidity for this growing segment of our population.
Survivors may be able to decrease fatigue and bodily pain and be better able to pursue daily activities through increasing recreational PA after cancer.
While a high proportion of respondents managed to return to their place of work 20% were not able to do so. The duration of sick leave absence was associated with more difficulties in returning to work. Despite the fact that males were more likely than females to take no sick leave, they were...
Needs of adolescents and young adults with cancer vary along a continuum of care, from diagnosis and treatment through survivorship. Findings emphasize the value of age-appropriate resources and peer support. The study offers direction for delivering services to what previously has been an...
Physicians should consider providing patients with timely, understandable information related to their FP options, prior to the administration of treatment. Such discussions may lead to improved quality of life for individuals as they transition from patients to survivors.
Long-term cancer survivors have increased rates of mental health care utilization. Given the size and growth of the survivor population, this represents a significant amount of ongoing distress with important health resource allocation implications for policy makers.
Traumatic stress from cancer-related experiences might represent a constellation of symptoms that are amenable to brief, targeted interventions.
Late and long-term effects seen in cancer survivors have historically been understudied. Symptom burden is an important area of assessment that can be used to specifically describe the symptoms that distress survivors. More descriptive data in this growing population may help identify biological...
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