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As the recommendations and policies for optimal survivorship care have to be feasible and relevant in the community setting, each COE is partnered with up to three community affiliates. Through these partnerships, the community affiliates develop survivorship initiatives at their institutions...
The low mammography rate among survivors with no history of a prior mammogram means that the physicians treating these women must emphasize the need for such care.
Survivorship concerns were multidimensional and included issues related to risk reduction procedures, psychological and emotional impacts, and impact on family and social relationships. Many adults experience temporary distress after receipt of positive BRCA1/2 testing. Usually the distress is...
Increased awareness of how ovarian and breast cancer may affect (prospects of) interpersonal relationships is valuable for cancer survivors and clinicians, and may facilitate communication of relevant, related issues during consultations. Our findings may suggest a need for more extensive...
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