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These findings can be utilized to target interventions and promote access to available resources for Connecticut cancer survivors.
Fatigue management should be obligatory during and post cancer treatment.
Provision of written treatment summaries to cancer survivors could help them obtain appropriate patient-centered long-term follow-up care.
Instead of working towards a universal definition of cancer survivorship, we suggest that researchers and policy makers use operational descriptions when discussing the diverse population of people living past a cancer diagnosis.
Physical and pulmonary rehabilitation interventions may help lung cancer survivors maintain sufficient levels of physical activity, which can have numerous benefits for older adults.
These results suggest that physical activity interventions for adult survivors of childhood lower-extremity sarcomas should be sex specific and responsive to unique physical late effects experienced by these survivors.
This study demonstrates higher PA levels among prostate cancer survivors and lower PA levels among middle-aged cervical and endometrial cancer survivors, compared to sex- and age group-matched general populations.
Despite known skin cancer risks, many young cancer survivors receive significant sun exposure. Assessment of sunbathing alone fails to capture sun exposure behaviors, particularly in men. Survivors treated with radiation may recognize their increased risk of skin cancer, but not the role of sun...
More attention should be paid to assisting cancer survivors in work life, particularly those who have chronic diseases or have undergone chemotherapy. Although most factors affecting the work ability of the survivors and reference subjects were the same, survivors’ work ability seemed to be...
The implications for cancer survivors are as follows: (a) Psychological well-being of women diagnosed with breast cancer may depend to some extent on their belief system. (b) Coping through “turning to God” for women without a significant prior relationship with God, or minimal spiritual...
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