A study conducted by researchers from the University of Edinburgh (UK) has discovered that cancer patients benefit from using a bedside chart for pain management.
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Should acupuncture be considered as a treatment option for cancer-related pain? Find out its pros and cons in this editorial from Pain Management.
A survey of oncologists/fertility specialists suggests that cancer patients in Europe could be missing out on options to preserve fertility due to lack of awareness.
A study has demonstrated that approximately one-fifth of patients with cancer experienced PTSD several months after diagnosis, and many of these patients continued to live with PTSD years later.
This paper drives home the point that targeted and contextualized interventions are key to improving the quality of life of cancer survivors.
The Advanced Breast Cancer Global Alliance has launched the Advanced Breast Cancer Global Charter, a bold new initiative that sets out 10 clear goals to drive global improvements in advanced breast cancer care and survival by 2025.
In this perspective paper, discover three pictorial models that are designed to help offer patients focus and belief when combating cancer in their lives to allow them to embrace hope with greater confidence, which minimizes their grief.
In this video Chris Lewis describes the best and worst aspects of his care and explains how he would like care for cancer patients improve over the coming years.
Chris was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2007, as part of his treatment he received a stem cell transplant – in this video you can discover what it is like to undergo a stem cell transplant and find out how it is performed.
Chris Lewis (Patient Advocate and Founder of Chris’s Cancer Community) discusses some of the symptoms of lymphoma and the process of his diagnosis in this video interview with our Editor, Jade Parker.