Researchers have developed a nurse-led intervention to help carers with medication management and evaluated its use in routine practice.
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A web-based tool that allows patients to report their symptoms to their clinicians in real time has been shown to increase survival rates in metastatic cancer patients.
Researchers demonstrated that having a baby after a breast cancer diagnosis does not increase the risk of recurrence.
This review reports the results of application of short peptides in glioma therapy clinical trials, their rises and falls.
This report outlines the clinically led development of UK-focused guidance to challenge psycho-oncology services to achieve and demonstrate their potential.
Pat Garcia-Gonzalez and Ann Kim Novakowski from The Max Foundation speak to Sebastian Dennis-Beron, commissioning editor at Future Medicine, for Oncology Central.
To mark our focus on social media in cancer care we recently spoke with Deanna Attai from the University of California (CA, USA) about the potential use of social media in cancer care including how oncologists can incorporate social media into their care plans as well as the opportunities and risks they should be aware of
Survival rates among children and adolescents and young adults (AYA) have a poorer prognosis when diagnosed with secondary cancers in comparison to primary cancers.
In this research article from Future Oncology find out about recommendations for practice to support teenagers continuing school after a diagnosis of cancer.
Lydia Makaroff of the European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC, Brussels, Belgium) speaks with Oncology Central about the goals and upcoming projects for the ECPC in 2017.