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Realignment of models of care is identified as a health system priority to meet the supportive care and surveillance needs of a burgeoning survivor population. Further research is needed to evaluate the efficacy of models of care in a broader population of cancer survivors with differing needs...
CRC survivors who belong to racial/ethnic minorities may be less likely to receive follow-up colonoscopies on time, which could contribue to higher rates of death from CRC among minorities.
Utilizing self-report for psychosocial screening of adolescent and young adult brain tumor survivors may enhance clinical care and allow for better identification of survivors in need of psychological services.
Older ALL survivors with BMD Z scores ≤−2 are at risk for renal stones and should be counseled so that appropriate follow-up care can be provided for those among whom renal stones are detected.
Such interventions may help breast cancer patients live longer.
Research using the MEPS Experiences with Cancer Survivorship Supplement can inform efforts by health care policy makers, healthcare systems, providers, and employers to improve the cancer survivorship experience in the USA.
We have shown that there are lasting benefits to an exercise intervention delivered during treatment to breast cancer survivors. Regular activity should be encouraged for women with early stage breast cancer as this can have lasting implications for physical and psychological functioning.
The sources of uncertainty described in the current study have important implications for cancer survivors' management of uncertainty. Cancer survivors and their family members must first know the common sources of uncertainty to adaptively adjust to an uncertain survivorship trajectory. The...
Young survivors may face a higher risk of divorce; support systems are needed to assist them in the years following diagnosis.
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