Kathleen S. Ruccione

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OBJECTIVE Although some survivors of childhood cancer report significant psychosocial distress, many also report having derived benefits, or post-traumatic growth (PTG), from their cancer experience. This study examines PTG and its correlates among an ethnically diverse sample of adolescent/young adult (AYA) cancer survivors who have recently completed(More)
Clinicians interested in taking a proactive approach to healthy cancer survivorship might consider the use of a social networking and videosharing platform tailored specifically for young adult cancer survivors. This study examines six key factors that may influence a childhood cancer survivor's participation in a social networking and videosharing(More)
Seventy-five children with recurrent, progressive or metastatic primary brain tumors were treated with aziridinylbenzoquinone (AZQ; Diaziquone) at 9 mg/m2/day by 30-minute intravenous infusion for five days every three weeks. Sixty-six patients were evaluable for response by imaging studies. There were five partial responses and one complete response for a(More)
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