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Where persistent pain occurs, referral for the management of pain and, where appropriate, lymphedema is warranted.
Time and out-of-pocket costs are generally manageable for long-term PC survivors but can be a significant burden mainly for lower income patients. The effects of PC-specific, treatment-related dysfunctions on quality of life can also represent sources of expense for patients.
Breast cancer survivors can draw support and information from a variety of sources, including from other breast cancer survivors. We developed the survivor stories video program specifically for African American survivors to help improve their quality of life and adherence to follow-up care....
Despite evidence that AA breast cancer survivors are at increased risk for poor breast cancer-specific outcomes, they are underrepresented in clinical trials promoting positive health behaviors. In this study, we propose to assess their exercise preferences and receptivity to a culturally...
This unique description of Latino survivors' experiences demonstrates that they simultaneously face uncertainty and identify positive influences of the cancer experience in particular unwavering familial support. These findings provide opportunities for health care providers to better understand...
African-American breast cancer survivors are more likely to stop working during the early phases of their treatment. These women and their treating physicians need to be aware of options to reduce work loss and take steps to minimize long-term employment consequences.
Qigong may be an effective nonpharmacological intervention for the management of senior prostate cancer survivors' fatigue and distress.
Long-term cancer survivors need to be aware of recommended preventive healthcare services, as well as who will manage their primary care and cancer surveillance follow-up.
Assessing and addressing social outcomes, including isolation, might promote comprehensive long-term follow-up care for childhood cancer survivors.
The results highlight a need to understand ethnic differences and to take into account social, cultural, and linguistic factors in breast cancer survivorship experiences among Asian American subgroups as a means to develop culturally relevant and linguistically appropriate interventions designed...
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