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This editorial provides an up-to-date breakdown of the topics accepted for publication in the Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice. The paper also indicates priority problem areas that require attention now and in the future. I also want to take this opportunity to announce that...
With reasonable precautions, it is safe for breast cancer survivors to exercise throughout the trajectory of their cancer experience, including during treatment.
Results provide direction for designing key content and format of SCP and also provide information about elements of care planning that should be customized to individual patient needs.
Not all COG institutions provide dedicated survivorship care, care plans, or have databases for tracking outcomes. Transitioning to adult providers is occurring within the COG. Survivorship care is time intensive.
TSs and SCPs have been recommended for all cancer survivors. Essential elements must be determined, approaches made more efficient, outcome improvements demonstrated, and cost-benefit analyses determined before survivors should expect widespread implementation of this recommendation for...
Survivors should consider advocating for receipt of a survivorship care plan as it may facilitate confidence as a consumer of survivorship care.
In formulating strategies to optimise survivors’ employment outcomes, it is important that policy- and decision-makers are aware of the influence of social welfare and legal provisions.
Cost-related medication nonadherence medication is common among elderly Medicare beneficiaries, but appears to be similar among those with and without cancer.
Pain and ROM restrictions may prohibit participation in recreational activity and targeted intervention should be sought.
Knowledge concerning barriers associated with reported physical activity may be helpful in designing optimally targeted physical activity interventions among breast and prostate cancer survivors.
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