Jun J. Mao, MD, MSCE, reviews how traditional, complementary, and integrative medicine can assist clinicians to better treat patients with cancer all over the world.
Survival among patients with multiple myeloma appears to be influenced by factors such as socioeconomic status and treatment facility type.
A survey suggests individuals with cancer who were undergoing active treatment were more likely to endorse COVID-19 related misinformation than those with no history of cancer.
Compared with a wait-list control group, mindful awareness practices and survivorship education significantly reduced depressive symptoms from preintervention to postintervention in younger survivors of breast cancer.
A combination of sitting for longer periods a day and a lack of physical activity resulted in a higher risk of death than those who partook in physical activity.
According to a study conducted at a single cancer center in Southern Maryland, patients who survived breast or prostate cancer were less likely to receive a colorectal cancer screening.
For World Cancer Day, CancerNetwork® reviews key highlights from the Cancer Facts & Figures 2022 report from the American Cancer Society, with updates in cancer incidence, mortality, and survival across patient subgroups.
It is important to tap into interventions that can mitigate a fear of cancer recurrence in the partners of multiple myeloma survivors in addition to improving family hardiness and social support in order to aid in patients' psychological adjustment and wellbeing.
Veteran survivors of head and neck cancer who experienced suicidal self-directed violence were found to most likely die from their injuries.
Breast cancer survivors who are minorities or medically underserved appear to experience a benefit in health-related quality of life after taking part in a community-based physical activity program.