Cancer Nursing Today EditorsGyn-Onc | September 22, 2023
Most clinicians reported reduced cervical cancer screening early in the pandemic, and 28% reported a continued reduction.
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Olivia ThomasGyn-Onc | August 24, 2023
Health care providers should seek ways to improve patients' social support to reduce the impact of anxiety on patients' QoL.
Teresa Hagan Thomas, PhD, RNGyn-Onc | July 25, 2023
The 2-hour, Zoom-based intervention improved confidence about vaccination, and confidence remained high at 1-month follow-up.
Teresa CroninConferences | May 10, 2023
Teresa Cronin of Eisai discusses the new "Spot Her" initiative for endometrial cancer awareness and screening.
Dustin SamplesGyn-Onc | February 10, 2023
Malignant bowel obstruction is a severe condition leading to multiple hospitalizations. Can quality of life be maintained?
Dustin SamplesGyn-Onc | January 12, 2023
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women. Screening and vaccination are essential to keep yourself healthy.
Dustin SamplesPatient Voice | January 9, 2023
Video games are fun, but can a new 'serious game' help women with breast or gynecologic cancer self-advocate?
Emily MenendezTreatment | January 3, 2023
Reduced auditory function is common with taxane- and platinum-based treatments. Here's how you can help your patients.
Emily MenendezTreatment | December 22, 2022
The reference database used for testing in these patients lacks necessary diversity. Can more accurate tests be performed?
Dustin SamplesGyn-Onc | December 21, 2022
Multinational research found that ovarian cancer survival increased but that type of ovarian cancer shifted over study span.
Leah LawrenceGyn-Onc | December 13, 2022
Black women are less likely to experience cervical ADC, but they are most likely to die from it. What causes the disparity?
Emily MenendezGyn-Onc | September 16, 2022
Women who take nonselective beta-blockers at the time of ovarian cancer surgery can result in greater two-year survival.
Leah LawrenceGyn-Onc | August 23, 2022
A new model can help predict outpatient use of opioids after gynecological surgical procedures.
Leah LawrenceGyn-Onc | July 27, 2022
Electronic patient-reported outcome follow-up for ovarian cancer was feasible, but only acceptable to certain patients.
HealthDay EditorsGyn-Onc | June 18, 2021
About two-thirds of older women fail to qualify for discontinuation of cervical cancer screening, according to a study ...
Robert DillardGyn-Onc | June 10, 2020
A specific type of ovarian cancer may benefit from existing platinum-based chemotherapy and DNA repairing treatments...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioGyn-Onc | May 22, 2020
Researchers recently analyzed what factors may be associated with fatigue experienced by women with ovarian and endometrial ...
Robert DillardGyn-Onc | March 27, 2020
The findings of a new study show that cervical cancer screening rates (CCS-R) in Japan were notably affected in the years ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioGyn-Onc | October 30, 2019
A recent study observed different needs among survivors of pelvic cancer (i.e., gynecological, rectal, and anal cancer) ...
Cancer Nursing Today EditorsGyn-Onc | October 18, 2019
Women with symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are at a higher risk of developing ovarian cancer, according to ...