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The project was designed with intension to optimize survivor care through enhanced provider training.
Radial displacement, EF, and FS are lower in childhood cancer survivors compared to controls. In this study, radial displacement added no new information beyond the traditional measures, but clinical utility remains undetermined and requires further longitudinal study.
Cancer survivors should be encouraged to meet PA guidelines prior to surgery in an effort to attenuate the decline in HRQOL and facilitate recovery.
The results of this study will help the cancer centers identify the population of patients that are most likely to transfer care or become lost to follow up. Prospectively, identifying patients who may be more likely to transfer care will offer opportunities to effectively coordinate...
This scale could be a useful measure of physical activity in cancer survivors and subsequently facilitate the quality of oncology care.
A cancer diagnosis may have a greater impact on employment among rural residents. Cancer programs should recognize this disparity and enhance return to work and disability counseling in patients from rural areas.
An effective tool to identify concerns related to fertility and parenthood is essential for meeting the long-term reproductive health needs of young women who have survived cancer.
Additional research on care coordination and delivery is necessary to help cancer survivors manage their care between primary care and specialty providers.
In Norway, breast cancer survivors experience lower income than their cancer-free controls. This may indicate a need for financial compensations in order to maintain the standard of living for this group of patients.
If SCP care is indeed effective, overcoming the perceived barriers is needed before large-scale implementation in order for cancer survivors to fully benefit from the potential advantages of SCPs.
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