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Cancer worry is associated with increased use of supportive health care—results from the multinational InCHARGE study
Cancer worry is associated with increased use of supportive health care—results from the multinational InCHARGE study
To assess use of health care following a diagnosis of endometrial, cervical, and ovarian cancer in the Netherlands, Norway...
Predictors and impact of survivorship care plans and survivorship care visits
Predictors and impact of survivorship care plans and survivorship care visits
We performed this study to characterize the population at the Lifespan Cancer Institute (LCI) who received a survivorship ...
A qualitative study of sleep in young breast cancer survivors: “No longer able to sleep through the night”
A qualitative study of sleep in young breast cancer survivors: “No longer able to sleep through the night”
Sleep disturbance is common among women with breast cancer and is associated with greater symptom distress and poorer outc...
An analysis of survivorship care strategies in national cancer control plans in Africa
An analysis of survivorship care strategies in national cancer control plans in Africa
In 2017, the World Health Organization urged member states to develop and implement national cancer control plans (NCCPs) ...
Peer Review May Not Be Such a Bad Idea: Response to Heesen and Bright
Peer Review May Not Be Such a Bad Idea: Response to Heesen and Bright
In a recent article in the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Heesen and Bright argue that prepublication peer...
The Value of Categorical Polythetic Diagnoses in Psychiatry
The Value of Categorical Polythetic Diagnoses in Psychiatry
Some critics argue that the types of psychiatric diagnosis found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disord...
Subgroups of cognitively affected and unaffected breast cancer survivors after chemotherapy: a data-driven approach
Subgroups of cognitively affected and unaffected breast cancer survivors after chemotherapy: a data-driven approach
It is assumed that a segment of breast cancer survivors are cognitively affected after chemotherapy. Our aim is to discove...
Reducing the impact of cardiovascular disease in older people with cancer: a qualitative study of healthcare providers
Reducing the impact of cardiovascular disease in older people with cancer: a qualitative study of healthcare providers
Cancer survivors are at greater risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) than cancer-free controls. Despite evidence-based gui...
The Neo-Gouldian Argument for Evolutionary Contingency: Mass Extinctions
The Neo-Gouldian Argument for Evolutionary Contingency: Mass Extinctions
The Gouldian argument for evolutionary contingency found in Wonderful Life can be dissected into three premises: palaeonto...
Special considerations in the design and implementation of pediatric otoprotection trials
Special considerations in the design and implementation of pediatric otoprotection trials
Cisplatin-induced hearing loss (CIHL) is a common late effect after childhood cancer treatment having profound, lifelong c...
Emerging and established therapies for chemotherapy-induced ototoxicity
Emerging and established therapies for chemotherapy-induced ototoxicity
Ototoxicity is considered a dose-limiting side effect of some chemotherapies. Hearing loss, in particular, can have signif...
Prevalence and risk factors for ototoxicity after cisplatin-based chemotherapy
Prevalence and risk factors for ototoxicity after cisplatin-based chemotherapy
Ototoxicity is a prominent side effect of cisplatin-based chemotherapy. There are few reports, however, estimating its pre...
Mobile health (mHealth) interventions in prostate cancer survivorship: a scoping review
Mobile health (mHealth) interventions in prostate cancer survivorship: a scoping review
This scoping review explores the application of mHealth technology in prostate cancer (CaP) management along the survivors...
Evaluation of quality, readability, suitability, and usefulness of online resources available to cancer survivors
Evaluation of quality, readability, suitability, and usefulness of online resources available to cancer survivors
The aim of this study was to evaluate the quality, readability, suitability, and usefulness of resources publicly availabl...
Exercise and quality of life in cancer
Available online 6 January 2023Author links open overlay panelCarmenFiuza-Luces1PersonEnvelopePedro L.Valenzuela12Alejandr...
Association of financial worry with substance use, mental health, and quality of life in cancer patients
Association of financial worry with substance use, mental health, and quality of life in cancer patients
Financial worry is an under-appreciated negative effect of cancer. The relationship of financial worry and health behavior...
Receipt of follow-up care plans on colorectal cancer screening among breast, prostate, and lung cancer survivors
Receipt of follow-up care plans on colorectal cancer screening among breast, prostate, and lung cancer survivors
Our study aimed to examine whether receipt of follow-up care plans is associated with greater guideline-concordant CRC scr...
Use of photo methods in research studies with cancer survivors and their caregivers: a scoping review
Use of photo methods in research studies with cancer survivors and their caregivers: a scoping review
Photo methods such as photo-elicitation and photovoice have traditionally been implemented as knowledge-generation techniq...
Exercise adherence in a randomized controlled trial of exercise on quality of life in ovarian cancer survivors
Exercise adherence in a randomized controlled trial of exercise on quality of life in ovarian cancer survivors
Factors associated with improving exercise in ovarian cancer survivors remain unknown. We explored characteristics associa...