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The way cancer is constructed shapes how friends react to and relate to a young person with cancer. These constructions are likely to shape challenging social dynamics, such as bullying, that many young cancer survivors experience. Awareness of these discursive constructions can better equip...
This pilot study has important implications for all cancer survivors as it is the first published trial to show that MBSR offers robust and durable improvements in CRCI.
HPV vaccination is a useful tool for cancer prevention in survivorship, and interventions to increase vaccine uptake are warranted.
Understanding how cancer factors into people’s self-concept throughout the life course is important for designing effective, patient-centered programs that acknowledge diverse experiences and expectations and possible changes with the passage of time.
HIE appears to offer superior improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition in comparison to current physical activity recommendations for colorectal cancer survivors and therefore may be an effective clinical utility following treatment.
There is a desire for information on osteoporosis, specifically tailored for cancer survivors. Good nutrition, supplement intake, exercise, and avoidance of falls were perceived as key behaviors for self-management. The Internet was an important source of information for breast and prostate...
The provision of appropriate workplace accommodations can enhance survivors’ abilities to stay or return to work.
More research is needed to clarify the link between insurance status and survivorship care to increase appropriate late effects surveillance in this population.
Extensive but not limited treatment was associated with increased risk of lost workdays, possibly reflecting an association between treatment side effects and work ability.
Higher-intensity exercise is more likely to result in more sustainable increases in motivation to exercise among cancer survivors.
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