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There is a growing body of research about the intersection of trauma and HIV/AIDS; as many as 95% of people living with HIV report severe traumatic stressors in their histories, and up to 54% meet clinical criteria for posttraumatic stress disorder. The actual event of receiving an HIV/AIDS...
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Poor preoperative physical fitness and muscle mass are associated with increased morbidity and mortality in pancreatic cancer survivors. While neoadjuvant therapy improves viability for and effectiveness of a surgical resection in patients with borderline-resectable...
African American (AA) colorectal cancer (CRC) survivors tend to be more obese and less physically active than white survivors.
To test the feasibility of an aerobic exercise program as well as explore perceptions about supervised exercise among AA CRC...
Activity behaviors of breast cancer survivors (BCSs) during treatment are unlikely to be at levels sufficient enough to gain health benefits. Previous activity research among BCSs has been mainly posttreatment and generally cross-sectional. This study aimed to determine the prevalence...
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