This article includes a succinct review of current research into exercise in the cancer setting and a discussion of the American College of Sports Medicine exercise recommendations for cancer survivors. Common acute, long-term, and late effects of cancer and its treatment are also described in the context of ways in which these side effects impact the ability to exercise.
We will provide a brief orientation on the research that has defined our understanding of breast cancer disparities to date, as well as promising emerging data sources and methods that may take us further in the quest to close the racial survival gap and provide better cancer care to vulnerable populations.
Through this vital new partnership, the Society for Integrative Oncology and ONCOLOGY seek to make integrative medicine part of standard clinical oncology practice, and to help physicians and patients make informed decisions about complementary and alternative medicine to maximize benefits and minimize harms.
In this interview we discuss health disparities in cancer care, how redesigning cancer clinical trials can address some of these disparities, and goals for the “next generation” of cancer health disparities research.
This article reviews the mechanisms of sexual dysfunction that occur after breast cancer, offers some practical guidance on how to discuss this effectively with patients, and reviews the data and recommendations for optimizing management.
While the incidence of irAEs is relatively low, the absolute number of patients receiving immune checkpoint inhibitors is steadily increasing. Thus, it is likely that, with time, larger numbers of patients will develop irAEs, including pneumonitis.
Serial PSA testing with early salvage radiotherapy is a viable option in most high-risk men.
The data for adjuvant radiotherapy remain strong.
In this review, we focus on the treatment of well-differentiated early and metastatic PNETs, emphasizing current controversies, recent advances in therapy, and the multidisciplinary approach required for optimal treatment.
In this article, we provide a summary of nonoperative management of locally advanced rectal cancer in the modern era. Our focus is on technical details of tumor response and patient assessment after chemoradiotherapy, as well as a review of existing clinical data.