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It's Not over When it's Over: Long-Term Symptoms in Cancer Survivors—A Systematic Review
Background: The number of cancer survivors is steadily increasing. Following completion of primary cancer treatment and many years thereafter, specific symptoms continue to negatively affect cancerExpand
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Work in cancer survivors: a model for practice and research
IntroductionAs with other illnesses, several variables can impact the transition back to the workplace, long-term work productivity, or job retention among cancer survivors. We developed a modelExpand
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Measures of Cognitive Function and Work in Occupationally Active Breast Cancer Survivors
Objective: This study investigated performance-based and patient-reported cognitive limitations on work output. Methods: Working breast cancer survivors (BCS) (n = 122) and a non-cancer comparisonExpand
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Function and friction at work: a multidimensional analysis of work outcomes in cancer survivors
ObjectivesCancer survivors can experience difficulties returning to and/or remaining at work. Sociodemographic, health and well-being, symptom burden, functional limitations in relation to workExpand
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Cognitive limitations associated with tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitors in employed breast cancer survivors
Objectives: Previous research has suggested that endocrine therapy is associated with cognitive limitations in breast cancer survivors (BCS); this study examined the relationship in employed BCS, anExpand
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Identifying the unmet needs of breast cancer patients post-primary treatment: the Cancer Survivor Profile (CSPro)
PurposeThe purpose of this study is to develop a brief measure of problem areas experienced by patients following primary treatment for breast cancer.MethodSystematic reviews of the quantitative andExpand
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Management of unexplained symptoms in survivors of cancer.
Quality health care for survivors of cancer must evaluate and manage symptoms that are reported at the surveillance visit but are not linked to a cancer recurrence or a new cancer. At present, thisExpand
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Mood, Dietary Restraint, and Women's Smoking and Eating Urges
Women may have difficulty maintaining smoking cessation efforts due to negative affect and fear of weight gain. Dieting smokers who rely on cigarettes for affect regulation and weight management mayExpand
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Stressors, Stress Response, and Cancer Recurrence: A Systematic Review
Background: Cancer survivors assume that stress plays an important role in cancer recurrence. However, the role of stress in the etiology of cancer recurrence remains unclear. Objective: A systematicExpand
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When Breast Cancer Survivors Report Cognitive Problems at Work
Objective: Breast cancer survivors (BCS) who wish to stay actively employed following primary treatment of cancer may experience cognitive problems at work. Management of these cognitive problems mayExpand
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