Examining the Frequency of Late Anorectal Disease in Childhood Cancer Survivors After Pelvic Radiation
Researchers examined the rate and risk of late-onset anorectal disease among childhood cancer survivors.
Many patients complain of "chemo brain," or a drop in cognitive function during or after receiving chemotherapy, but there are strategies to manage chemo brain, as well as research on how chemotherapy affects the brain long-term.
Cancer Network speaks with an exercise physiologist about the benefits of physical activity for depressed and anxious cancer patients.
Cancer Network spoke with Tracy D. Vannorsdall, PhD and Patricia Ganz, MD about treatment methods for cancer-related cognitive impairment.
Cancer Network speaks with Dr. Leon Ptaszek about managing cancer patients who have atrial fibrillation and are being treated with BTK inhibitors.
We spoke with Erin McMenamin, CRNP, of Penn Medicine, about the recent study on opioid switching in cancer patients.
In his latest blog, Craig Hildreth explores the terror of the black box warning and how the fear of toxicities affects his patients—and his staff.
Linda Jacobs, PhD, CRNP, director of the Cancer Survivorship Center, comments on the incidence of erectile dysfunction in childhood cancer survivors.
In the Utah Cancer Survivors Study, male thyroid cancer survivors had an almost 50% higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease than females.