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Author:Meeke Hoedjes , Maartje M. van Stralen , Sheena Tjon A Joe ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (3), pp.360-385Springer
Abstract:To gain more insight into the optimal strategy to achieve weight loss and weight loss maintenance in overweight and obese cancer survivors after completion of initial treatment, this systematic review aimed to provide an overview of the literature on intervention effects on weigh...
Author:Valentin H. Meissner , Kathleen Herkommer , Birgitt Marten-Mittag ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (6), pp.800-807Springer
Abstract:Knowledge of the psychological distress of long- and very long-term (>10 years) prostate cancer (PC) survivors is limited. This study intended to examine the parameters influencing anxiety related to prostate-specific antigen (PSA) and PC in long-term survivors after radical pros...
Author:Rodrigo B. Interiano , Sue C. Kaste , Chenghong Li ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (5), pp.553-561Springer
Abstract:Longer survival for children with sarcoma has led to the recognition of chronic health conditions related to prior therapy. We sought to study the association of sarcoma therapy with the development of scoliosis.
Author:Chloe Grimmett , Joanne Haviland , Jane Winter ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (5), pp.634-642Springer
Abstract:There is a growing emphasis on self-management of cancer aftercare. Little is known about patient’s self-efficacy (confidence) to manage illness-related problems and how this changes over time. This paper describes the patterns of self-efficacy for managing illness-related p...
Author:Joshua Bauml , Jiyoung Kim , Xiaochen Zhang ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (4), pp.462-468Springer
Abstract:Patients with human papillomavirus (HPV)-related head and neck cancer (HNC) have a better prognosis relative to other types of HNC, making survivorship an emerging and critical issue. Exercise is a core component of survivorship care, but little is known about how many survivors ...
Author:Angela L. Falisi , Kara P. Wiseman , Anna Gaysynsky ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (6), pp.808-821Springer
Abstract:Social media may offer support to individuals who are navigating the complex and challenging experience of cancer. A growing body of literature has been published over the last decade exploring the ways cancer survivors utilize social media. This study aims to provide a systemati...
Author:Sharon Watkins Davis , Ingrid Oakley-Girvan
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (4), pp.498-504Springer
Abstract:This study aimed to identify appropriate development and testing strategies for mobile health applications for cancer survivors.
Author:Kiara Hugh-Yeun , Divjot Kumar , Ali Moghaddamjou ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (3), pp.295-301Springer
Abstract:Young adult cancer survivors face unique challenges associated with their illness. While both oncologists and primary care physicians (PCPs) may be involved in the follow-up care of these cancer survivors, we hypothesized that there is a lack of clarity regarding each physic...
Author:Moaath Mustafa Ali , Machelle Moeller , Lisa Rybicki ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (6), pp.743-750Springer
Abstract:Survivorship care is an essential component in the management of cancer patients. Optimal delivery of survivorship care requires an understanding of patient concerns and factors associated with treatment-related symptoms and comorbidities.
Author:Alex W. K. Wong , Ting-ting Chang , Katrina Christopher ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Cancer Survivorship(IF 3.57), 2017, Vol.11 (6), pp.751-764Springer
Abstract:Categorization of the needs of AYA cancer survivors is primarily based on quantitative analyses of epidemiological and observational research. The present study classified the phenomenological experiences of AYA survivors based on their own language.

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