March 2016 Vol 7, No 2
Evaluating the Effects of a Physician-Referred Exercise Program on Cancer-Related Fatigue and Quality of Life Among Early Cancer Survivors
The authors evaluate the effects of a physician-referred exercise program on self-reported CRF and QOL in early cancer survivors.
A report on navigating barriers to care and providing the best support for patients with colorectal cancer.
A report on the second most common blood cancer and the progress being made in raising awareness of this disease.
New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines May Increase the Risk for Invasive Adenocarcinoma in Young Patients
A report exploring potential implications of updated Pap test screening guidelines.
The incidence of diabetes and urologic diseases is widespread, and increases with age.
Did reading the title of this article invoke feelings of curiosity, dread, or intimidation? For clinical nurses, these are not uncommon responses to words like “abstract” or “research.”
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