Researchers in England investigated whether risk for suicide was elevated in cancer patients, and which cancer types might have the greatest risk.
Erin McMenamin, CRNP, of Penn Medicine, discusses how oral side effects affect head and neck cancer patients.
We spoke with Erin McMenamin, CRNP, of Penn Medicine, about the recent study on opioid switching in cancer patients.
We spoke with Kelly Hogan, MS, RD, about the recent JAMA study on the association between organic food consumption and cancer risk.
We take a look at how a healthy diet can improve quality of life in breast cancer survivors.
Dianne Shumay, PhD, director of psycho-oncology at UCSF, weighs in on how we can use psychological interventions to improve stress levels in cancer patients.
Linda Jacobs, PhD, CRNP, director of the Cancer Survivorship Center, comments on the incidence of erectile dysfunction in childhood cancer survivors.
Breast and gynecologic cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy may experience improvement in cancer-related fatigue with integrative medicine approaches.
For patients undergoing primary treatment for head and neck cancer, sexuality was significantly impacted in many patients both prior to and during cancer treatment.
Cancer patients with a documented history of depressive symptoms prior to hospital admission experience an extended hospital stay.