In this podcast from the ASCO Educational Book, Drs. Arti Hurria, Lee Jones, and Hyman Muss talk about how cancer and its treatment can accelerate the effects of aging. They also discuss what is being done to treat and possibly prevent these effects.
Exercise, Emotional Health, and Long-Term Care: Highlights from the 2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium: Advancing Care and Research
In this podcast, Cancer.Net Editor in Chief Lidia Schapira discusses new research from the 2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium. She talks about physical activity, psychological care for partners of people with cancer, and long-term care in survivors of thyroid cancer.
Fatigue is a common side effect of cancer and its treatment. These 8 tips can help you manage it.
Acupuncture continues to grow in popularity, but is this form of traditional Chinese medicine safe and effective during and after cancer treatment? Dr. Scott Ling writes about what it is and how it is used to manage symptoms for people with cancer.
A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology shows that using an online program to improve memory and attention can help reduce the symptoms of chemobrain.
We know that filling the gaps in knowledge about palliative care is important to delivering high-quality cancer care. Kavitha Ramchandran, MD, and Erika Tribett, MPH, have developed a massive open online course (MOOC) to help educate health care professionals and patients about palliative care.
The Importance of Palliative Care for Patients and Caregivers: News from the 2016 Palliative Care in Oncology Symposium
Research presented this weekend will highlight the importance of access to palliative care that addresses the health and well-being of patients and caregivers.
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Schapira writes about why individualized pain management is essential for a person’s quality of life and well-being.
It takes a lot of courage to overcome embarrassment and discomfort, especially when it comes to sexual health. But doing so can lead to happy outcomes.
Women who survive gynecologic cancer have unique needs. Understanding and addressing these needs will help them celebrate and enjoy their lives after treatment ends.