Nutrition and physical activity guidelines for cancer survivors

@article{Rock2012NutritionAP,
  title={Nutrition and physical activity guidelines for cancer survivors},
  author={Cheryl L. Rock and Colleen M Doyle and Wendy Demark-Wahnefried and Jeffrey A. Meyerhardt and Kerry S. Courneya and Anna L Schwartz and Elisa V. Bandera and Kathryn K. Hamilton and Barbara Grant and Marji L. McCullough and Tim E. Byers and Ted Gansler},
  journal={CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians},
  year={2012},
  volume={62}
}
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Nutrition and physical activity guidelines for cancer survivors

  • Medicine
    CA: a cancer journal for clinicians
  • 2012
Developed by an American Cancer Society panel of experts, they will give you as a cancer survivor and your family the information you need to make informed decisions about your food and physical activity choices.

Physical activity preferences of ovarian cancer survivors

Objective: Regular physical activity is positively associated with quality of life in ovarian cancer survivors, but no data exist on how best to promote activity in this population. This study

Prospective study of adiposity and weight change in relation to prostate cancer incidence and mortality

Adiposity has been linked inconsistently with prostate cancer, and few studies have evaluated whether such associations vary by disease aggressiveness; however, a large number of studies have concluded that adiposity and prostate cancer are related.

Impact of Nutrition and Exercise on Cancer Survival

Obesity, weight gain, and physical inactivity are adverse prognostic factors, although data on diet or supplement use in relation to cancer survival are more limited and inconsistent.

Nutrition management of the cancer patient

This resource offers a wide array of practical tools, tips, and techniques for nutritional assessment and follow-up care, and includes patient monitoring and counseling techniques, multilevel dysphagia diets, total and peripheral parenteral nutrition programs, vitamin supplement programs, and more.

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Lifetime exercise, weight, and height were not associated with survival among premenopausal breast cancer patients enrolled in a population-based case–control study and followed for 10.4 years.

Nutritional screening and assessment.

Timely and appropriate nutritional interventions require the adoption of routine initial nutritional screening, referral for comprehensive nutritional assessments as needed, and continued re-screening.

Effect of exercise on upper extremity pain and dysfunction in head and neck cancer survivors

This study was designed to examine the effects of progressive resistance exercise training (PRET) on upper extremity pain and dysfunction in postsurgical head and neck cancer survivors.

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The oncology nurse is well-positioned to help ensure that nutritional needs are met for patients who are newly diagnosed, undergoing active treatment, or have advanced disease.
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