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Our review demonstrates that a large and growing number of surveys across the U.S. and Canada are collecting data on cancer survivors. These surveys differ in design, geographic region, primary population of interest, cancer site, and research areas of interest. They address a wide range of...
Being aware that some working cancer survivors may have negative work-related experiences and/or may not maintain full employment in later survivorship years may enable cancer survivors and employers to improve survivors’ experiences at work.
Survivors may expect significant benefit from participating in a community-based exercise program tailored to meet their individual needs as a survivor.
From the perspective of cancer survivors, the transition beyond initial treatment warrants well-informed anticipatory and supportive healthcare communications.
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